Since her first appearance on stage at age 15, Debbi Morgan has been mesmerizing audiences and winning over fans with her vibrant smile and even brighter talent.

The award-winning actress, known for her ability to stand out while co-starring with stage, film, and television legends, has been recognized numerous times at the Daytime Emmy Awards and the NAACP Image Awards.

She has performed in daytime dramas including The Bold and the Beautiful, and All My Children, in prime time series such as Boston Public and Ghost Whisperer and executed major roles in films including Eve’s Bayou and The Hurricane.

Recently named the national spokeswoman for Saving Our Daughters, a nonprofit organization that focuses on raising self-esteem in teen girls, Morgan has now fully embraced her next role: advocate in the fight to end teenage violence and bullying.

“I was very small when I was a teenage girl and was picked on and bullied constantly. Bullies are threatened by fearless, confident girls,” says Morgan in a statement on the official Saving Our Daughters website (

Saving Our Daughters, now in its eighth year of operation, has now released five editions of its popular and inspiring book Who Will Save the Little Girl. A compilation of quotes, short essays, and powerful letters from noted public figures, celebrities, and authors, the volumes have created book clubs across the nation rallying girls to create positive self images.

As national spokeswoman, Morgan will be travelling the country spreading words of hope with the mission of ending low self-esteem as a result of abuse and bullying. Working with historic organizations such as Girl Scouts of USA and The Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Saving Our Daughters also teaches leadership skills to young girls and promotes civic involvement.


Alexis Taylor

AFRO Staff Writer