Ezra Maize is an Independent Contractor of the National Network for Safe Communities.
Before contracting at the National Network for Safe Communities, Ezra has served as a Senior Life Coach. He has been responsible for program development, leadership, management, and communication. Ezra has worked as a social worker for over 30 years within various urban communities. His greatest strengths are his creativity, drive, and leadership. He thrives on challenges, particularly those that extend beyond his reach. Ezra was recognized as being the first African American to win a primary mayoral election in Knoxville, Tennessee. Other accomplishments include being elected as President of the Knoxville Chapter NAACP. Ezra is also a frequent and highly rated speaker on multiple topics.
He presently lives in Los Angeles, California. When Ezra isn’t working hard at NNSC, you’ll find him traveling abroad and experiencing life to the fullest.
Ezra holds a BSW degree from Livingstone College and pursued his Masters of Divinity from Cincinnati Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, OH.