Adam Scott Morfeld

State Senator

Born:
July 22, 1985, Long Beach Naval Station

Education:
University of Nebraska, BA; University of Nebraska College of Law, JD

Occupation:
Executive Director and Founder of Nebraskans for Civic Reform

Legislative Committees:
Judiciary, Education, Committee on Committees, Department of Correctional Services Special Investigative Committee, Chairman – Bioscience Steering Committee, Vice Chair – Election Technology Committee

NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES:
Redistricting and Elections Committee of the National Conference on State Legislatures, Education and Workforce Development Committee of the Council on State Governments.

More About Adam

Senator Adam Morfeld is a 5th generation Nebraskan born into a Marine Corps family. The son of a single mother for many years, Adam learned the importance of hard work, dedication, and effective policies that support Nebraskans like his mother.

Adam managed a grocery store stockroom for several years and worked part-time for his local newspaper while attending community college. He then worked his way through college and law school at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

In 2008 Adam founded and is the executive director of a non-profit that employs over 50 staff that works to instill civic leadership skills in young Nebraskans and ensures our democracy is accessible to working Nebraskans, families and seniors.

In 2014 Adam was elected to the Nebraska Legislature to represent Northeast Lincoln with 68 percent of the vote. He serves on the Education and Judiciary Committees. In his free time, Adam enjoys volunteering, working on his home, Husker football, spending time with his family, running, and the outdoors. Adam also teaches American Government and Public Administration as an adjunct faculty member at Doane University’s Lincoln campus.

Adam dedicates his time to several community organizations:

  • East Campus Community Organization (ECCO)
  • Lincoln Young Professionals Policy Committee
  • Innocents Society Alumni Association
  • Power a Village
  • College of Law Young Alumni Council
  • Daily Nebraskan Publications Board
  • DIBS for Kids