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Geoffrea Morris, Member Elected At-Large Director
Co-Executive Director, Black Women Revolt Against Domestic Violence

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Geoffrea (Jah-free-ah) Morris is a San Francisco native that is born and raised in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood. Geoffrea holds a bachelor’s in Child and Adolescent Development from San Francisco State University; a Master in Social Work from California State East Bay; and a Juris Doctorate from Golden Gate University. She is both a social worker and a licensed attorney with nearly 20 years of experience in improving the lives of children, families and individuals throughout San Francisco’s most disenfranchised communities. For nearly two decades, Geoffrea worked as a public servant, in the areas of public assistance, child welfare, criminal justice reform, racial equity and legislative policy. Geoffrea is also the former legislative aide for Supervisor Ahsha Safai representing San Francisco’s District 11 neighborhoods.
Geoffrea has spearheaded several successful initiatives supporting San Francisco’s southeast neighborhoods that would include the renaming of the Bayview’s Public Library and renovating Hilltop Park in Hunters Point through her Parks 94124 organization. Geoffrea is also co-founder of SF Black Wall Street, a coalition of seven young Black leaders that formed in 2020 that initially sought to revitalize Juneteenth festivities in the southeast and to unite all of Black San Francisco. 
In 2022, Geoffrea resigned from her government duties to run her own law and consulting firm as well as her own non-profit, Black Women Revolt Against Domestic Violence (BWRADV). Geoffrea is co-executive director of BWRADV and she oversees the organization’s legal, policy, and community service division. The mission of Black Women Revolt Against Domestic Violence (BWRDV) is to heal and transform Black families in San Francisco by raising awareness about intergenerational and domestic violence and providing culturally competent support and case management for Black women and families in crisis. BWRADV services are culturally relevant, LGBTQIA+ inclusive, and rooted in Black spirituality and wellness.
In addition, BWRADV recently was one of the lead sponsor’s of California Senator Scott Wiener’s Legislation, SB 1228, the Genetic Privacy for Sexual Assault Victims Act that recently passed. 
Geoffrea is a skilled organizer and she continues to spearhead several community initiatives which would include reforming San Francisco’s Redistricting System and working with community to launch the first government funded “Free Food Empowerment Market.” The Food Empowerment Market is a model Geoffrea worked on while as an aide with Supervisor Safai. The market seeks to radically transform how San Francisco deals with residents experiencing food insecurity in a more dignified and culturally affirming way. The market seeks to provide residents with a unique shopping experience that focuses on nutritious foods to relieve hunger. The Market is slated to open in the Summer of 2023 in San Francisco’s Bayview Hunters Point community. 
Geoffrea presently lives in San Francisco’s Oceanview neighborhood, with her Husband Erik and two daughters, Erika and Eboni. Geoffrea and daughter Erika, are also a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc.