Servant Leader

“Whoever wants to lead among you must be your servants!”
That is the model of leadership exemplified by the life work of Ed Morris.

Ed Morris believes that a judge should be more than someone who simply dispenses justice from 9-5, Monday through Friday.  As a true public servant, a judge should have a commitment to healing our families and improving our institutions and communities through building collaborative relationships between public, private and non-profit social service providers.

The servant-leader model of leadership is one in which those desiring to lead must become servants of all. It is the biblical model of leadership that Jesus gave to His disciples, instructing them that, “Whoever wants to lead among you must be your servants!” That is the model of leadership exemplified by the life work of Ed Morris.

Ed began serving in the NAACP Youth Council while just a teenager. He learned at an early age that justice, fairness, and equity were more than mere words, and, that they are the bedrock of who we are as a country and a community.

From there Ed went on to serve his beloved New Orleans as a board member of the notable non-profit including: American Red Cross, Pontchartrain Park CDC, The Jeremiah Group (a faith-based community advocacy group), Project Return (a prison after-care program), and New Orleans Job Initiative, to name a few. Ed is an ordained minister.

As a judge, a true public-servant,
Ed Morris will elevate and continue his work as a servant-leader.

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