Strong, New, Ethical Leadership for the District of Columbia
Marc Morgan serves Ward 1's LeDroit Park Neighborhood as an ANC Commissioner and civic association leader. He has encouraged small business development, worked on public safety issues, and local sustainability initiatives. He wants to bring his commitment to leadership across our city. That's why he's running for D.C. Council At-Large.
Morgan is an advocate for several environmental, LGBT, and HIV/AIDS initiatives, and has also worked for years non-profit fundraising and events planning.
During this campaign, Marc Morgan will promote stronger school reform, more oversight into D.C. Government, job creation and expanding the District's investment into environmental solutions around energy efficiency and renewable energy.
In addition to his work to support and protect the environment and further the educational priorities of the District of Columbia, Marc has also worked in the HIV/AIDS community locally and nationally. He promoted and secured funding for HIV/AIDS services that provided measurable reductions in new infection rates. His work was primarily based around communities of color, and people living with HIV/AIDS.
Like his direct descendant - Garret A. Morgan (inventor of the stop light, gas mask and fire suit) - Marc has innovative ideas to drive the community towards the future, not the past. He is an entrepreneur and small business owner who fights to bring jobs back to the District of Columbia to propel a better economy, more small business, less crime and better educational choices for those living in Washington, D.C.
Marc is a graduate of Miami University, with a B.A. in Political Science. He is also the proud father of a US Marine, his 20 year old son, D.J.