Jim Morris

Jim Morris is a husband, father and the president and CEO of Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity.  Jim has led Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity since 2011.  He has a total of 26 years’ experience in both the profit and non-profit sectors.  He has spent his last 18 years in the non-profit sector with direct experience in affordable housing, arts & culture, comprehensive community development, economic development and cultural tourism. He has been in management in for 17 of his 18 years in his nonprofit work.  
 
In his eight years in the for profit sector, he primarily worked in the residential building and construction industry. 

In 2006 while serving as Executive Director of the Arts & Cultural Alliance in Orlando, Jim received the coveted Martin Bell Scholarship, a full-ride scholarship to the executive MBA at Rollins College.  He completed his MBA in 2008.  The Martin Bell Scholarship is awarded annually to a senior nonprofit professional who demonstrates outstanding leadership in their field.   

Jim is an Indiana native, born and raised in Michigan City and finished his undergraduate work at Ball State University with a degree in Journalism.  He and his family lived in Orlando, Florida for 12 years prior to moving back to Indiana in 2008.  

He currently sits on the Habitat Indiana board.  He, his wife, 13-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter attend Common Ground Church and live in Indianapolis.