Chief Philanthropy Officer and President Jupiter Medical Center Foundation
Michael Morsberger has spent more than half of his 30-plus-year career
in medical settings, working in service of healthcare providers and researchers
saving lives. A Baltimore native, he has been privileged to lead development
teams for many prestigious organizations, including several of the nation’s
leading academic health systems at Johns Hopkins, Duke University and
the University of Virginia.
As head of the Jupiter Medical Center Foundation, Mike leads the $300 million
comprehensive campaign —
Vision. Innovation. Impact. — to expand access to critical services like advanced cardiac, stroke
and pediatric care and to foster innovation in new treatment protocols
for patients that also will attract the next generation of great medical doctors.
Friends and colleagues call Mike a change agent, frequently hired to help
organizations take campaigns and operations to the “next level”
in service of missions that transform lives and communities. He is an
accomplished fundraising professional with executive experience on multiple
billion-dollar campaigns. Mike led the team in 2001 that secured the largest
(then) gift in Johns Hopkins’ history when philanthropist Sidney
Kimmel committed $150 million to rename its renowned Comprehensive Cancer
Center. He also achieved record-breaking success at George Washington
University and the University of Central Florida.
Mike has served on more than two dozen nonprofit boards and received the
2020 CASE Commonfund College and University Foundation Award for leadership
and service to the profession. A first-generation college graduate, he
received his bachelor’s degree in journalism from Radford University
and his master’s degree in the study of philanthropy and development
at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Mike is married to his
college sweetheart, Marybeth, and has two adult daughters.