Director | Local League: Member-at-large

Josiah Morrow is serving his first term as a director of LWVMA. He has been an active member at the state level, serving on the resolutions, governance, nominating, and budget committees. Josiah was also deeply involved with the League of Women Voters of Greater Haverhill, serving as its president from January 2022 until its disbandment in January 2023. He previously served for nearly two years as LWVGH’s secretary after being elected as the youngest officer and executive board member in League history in July 2019. He also served as treasurer from July 2020 to February 2021. In addition to his executive posts, Josiah organized two forums for the LWVGH: the 2019 Haverhill Candidate Forum and the 2020 Virtual Ballot Question Forum. Josiah chaired the bylaws committee, served on the suffragette committee, fundraising committee, and the membership fees committee, and ran social media platforms.

Beyond the League, Josiah is very active in his local community. In February 2020, he was nominated and confirmed to be a Downtown Haverhill Parking Commissioner, making him the youngest regulatory official in city history. Josiah operates the positive news social media platform Today in Haverhill, is a ruling elder at the First Presbyterian Church of Haverhill, serves on the board of two local nonprofits: the Duston-Dustin Garrison House Association and Eammon’s Heart Foundation; and has worked as a reporter for local radio station WHAV. Josiah currently works in business development and recruiting at Moore Staffing Services, and studies at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.