Ward Morrison - Vice President, Region Operations & Independent Region Liaison
Ward Morrison oversees the ongoing delivery of services within Company-owned Regions. Reporting directly to the President, he works closely with other officers and regional leaders to maximize the support provided to the membership. He also serves as the primary liaison between RE/MAX World Headquarters and Independent Regions in the U.S. In that capacity, he organizes several of the year's primary mastermind gatherings, such as the Premier Broker Summit and Catalyst meeting.
Ward joined RE/MAX World Headquarters in 2005 as a Business Development Consultant for brokerage operations. He was later promoted to Senior Business Development Consultant and in 2008 was named to Director, Membership Services and Contract Administration. In 2009, he was promoted to Vice President, Membership Services, Contract Administration and Customer Relations. In 2011, he was named Vice President, U.S. Regional Development, and in 2012 became Region Vice President of the RE/MAX Southwest Region. In 2013, he shifted to his current position. Ward's role expanded in February 2015, as he became the primary liaison between RE/MAX World Headquarters and all independently owned U.S. Regions.
Ward lived in Michigan and Arizona before moving to Colorado to attend the University of Colorado, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and a master’s degree in Business Administration. Ward has been in the real estate industry for 15 years. He earned his license in the mountain town of Avon, Colorado, and started a company that built and sold homes. He has also worked as both a mortgage broker and as Controller for Stewart Title. Upon returning to Denver, he became the CFO of RE/MAX Alliance, one of the largest brokerages in the network.
Ward lives in the Denver area with his wife, Gillian, and their three sons. He serves as treasurer for a nonprofit organization based in Boulder, and his hobbies include golf, poker, skiing and spending time with his family.