10 Over 50: Eddy Moratin
Meet Eddy Moratin, President of Lift Orlando!
Eddy Moratin, President
Moratin is an unabashed social entrepreneur whose career has been one of working to eliminate poverty through education and economic opportunity.
Prior to co-founding Lift Orlando, Eddy was the Executive Director of Lifework Leadership Orlando, a leadership development organization dedicated to the training and transformation of business leaders. Before this, he was co-founder of BAM, providing co-working and virtual business solutions as well as Laurus International, a call center solutions company, employing hundreds domestically and abroad. As a social innovator and entrepreneur he has led purpose-driven organizations in real estate, leadership development, communications and business services. He enjoys working with emerging leaders, CEO’s, foundations and healthcare institutions to rethink business as usual and make an impact on complex problems.
He was awarded the 2019 CEO of the Year Award by the Orlando Business Journal and was listed as one the 50 Most Powerful Philanthropy and Community Voices in 2018. He is a member of the board of directors of the Jacksonville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, the Orlando Economic Partnership, and The Foundation for Orlando’s Future. He is a former chair of the Polis Institute board of directors and a former board member of the YMCA of Central Florida. He currently serves as a Senior Fellow at PathNorth in Washington D.C. and as an Advisor to the 4Roots Foundation and the NCF Foundation in Orlando.
Lift Orlando is a nonprofit that works with residents, business leaders, and community partners for neighborhood revitalization in The Communities of West Lakes. We strengthen these historic communities by providing mixed-income housing, cradle-to-career education, a health and wellness center, and economic viability opportunities.
About 10 Over 50:
Orlando magazine’s 2022 10 Over 50 List honors those changemakers in the community over 50 who continue to make a difference in Central Florida.