Evan and Ashley Morrison have a strong passion for helping and leading teens from all walks of life, and have a burning desire to see God use teens to further His kingdom.
Evan graduated with a Bachelor’s in Mathematics, Economics, Political Science and International Studies in 2013, and in 2015, he received his Master’s in City and Regional Planning. Ashley graduated with her Bachelor’s in Interior Design and in Architecture in 2015, and received her Master of Architecture in 2017.
They both have experience in working with youth of different backgrounds. Evan has tutored students for over ten years, and has worked for local youth development and advocacy organizations, such as BRIDGES and The Urban Child Institute. He has several years of experience in facilitating leadership development, conflict resolution, and diversity appreciation workshops. He has also been locally and nationally recognized for his work with youth by the Imani and Ujima Mentorship Award and the National Juvenile Justice Network’s Advocate Award. Ashley has experience volunteering as a mentor for Youth Villages, a Memphis based and nationally recognized nonprofit for children’s mental and behavioral health. Collectively, they both have several years of experience teaching the LifeTeens Sunday School class.
Evan and Ashley’s vision for LifeTeens is to develop confident, godly youth leaders that are equipped with the knowledge, tools, and skills needed to be world changers.