Andreanecia Morris Morris
Andreanecia M. Morris serves as the Executive Director for HousingNOLA, a 10-year partnership between the community leaders, and dozens of public, private, and nonprofit organizations working to solve New Orleans’ affordable housing crisis. The strategy indicates the need for 33,600 additional housing opportunities in the city by 2025.
A graduate of Loyola University, Morris has worked to create affordable housing opportunities in the Greater New Orleans Area in both the public and private sector. Post Hurricane Katrina she has helped approximately 500 families to become first time homebuyers, and she was lead organizer for the Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance when it started in 2007 as loose collaborative of community development corporations.
Morris was named to 2014 CityBusiness Woman of the Year Class and selected in 2015 to represent New Orleans in the East West Center US-Japan Grassroots Exchange focusing on Citizen Participation in Community Building Post-Disaster. In 2016, UNITY of Greater New Orleans named Morris Outstanding Advocate for Affordable Housing, BIZ New Orleans Magazine named Morris one of the Top 10 Influencers in Real Estate and Urban Conservancy named her to its 2016 Urban Heroes Class.