Egyptian-American opens PR company in US to correct misconceptions on Egypt

Senior fellow of the London Center for Policy Research, Egyptian-American Dr. Michael Morgan, opened Wednesday night the American Pulse INC for media production and public relations.

The aim of the company is to correct misconceptions about Egypt in the West, which are constituted by Western media, and to strengthen public relations between Egypt and the West in general.

Morgan expressed his pleasure with this company because it is part of his dream to help Egypt.

The opening ceremony was attended by a large number of guests, including American and Egyptian public figures, and some members of the House of Representatives, as well as the Egyptian Consul in the United States Ahmed Farouk, who praised the outstanding role of the American Pulse Program and Morgan in clarifying, conveying and correcting the American vision for Egypt and vice versa.

Morgan, 39, is an American Egyptian entrepreneur, born in Minia governorate. He received his bachelor degree from Cairo University in 1999 in Physical Therapy.

Morgan migrated to United States in 2000 where he had received his doctorate degree from New York University (NYU) school of Steinhardt in 2005.

Morgan started the American Pulse TV program on al Kahera Wal Nas TV as a platform for communication between American and Egyptian officials. Source: Al-Masry Al-Youm