Neal Morris is the founder and principal of the real estate development firm Redmellon, a mission driven firm with projects in Louisiana, Georgia, and New Jersey. The firm specializes in large urban infill projects that preserve the fabric of historic neighborhoods while creating affordable housing and other opportunities for disadvantaged populations. He is a committed preservationist with multiple awards from the Louisiana Landmarks Society and the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Secretary of HUD. He serves on the board of the Preservation Resource Center in New Orleans. He has Bachelor of Arts, Masters of Business Administration, and Juris Doctor degrees from Tulane University where he often lectures in the Sustainable Real Estate Development program at the Tulane School of Architecture. He was a Loeb Fellow in 2009-2010.