Bio

Ed Norwood

“You are called to do awesome work, so humanity will stand in awe of you.”
Ed Norwood
CEO

Ed Norwood is President of ERN/The National Council of Reimbursement Advocacy. He has been recognized as a unique and distinctive authority in transitional leadership and administrative laws that govern the healthcare delivery process.

In 2000, he founded The National Council of Reimbursement Advocacy, a healthcare advocacy group that advocates for medically appropriate healthcare pursuant to Wickline v. State. In 2006 Champions Unleashed, a leadership advocacy group was birthed to promote marketplace ministry leaders.  Through Champions Unleashed, Ed wrote the weekly e-devotional, Champions BYTES, that later became powerful radio vignettes airing on over 190 radio stations. Ed’s radio program empowered thousands of listeners how to break barriers, re-ignite their passion, and become more influential and valuable leaders.

Ed has done hundreds of media interviews and lectures worldwide, focusing on public policy, healthcare advocacy, leadership development, and the lessons of the Jonestown Tragedy. He delivers a daring, transforming, no-nonsense message to bring practical solutions, inspiration, and transformation to the workplace.  Multi-faceted, with a creative ability to inspire his audience, Ed combines his business influence and expertise, with his passion for ministry, to help people flow in their dreams, destiny, and authority in life.

Whether it’s inspiration, change management, team or leadership development, Ed provides the electricity, motivation, ideas, tools and techniques to help people understand their calling.  Few have blazed the trail of success in the same inimitable style as Ed. With an entrepreneurial story which is both entertaining and inspiring, Ed has a seasoned, realistic perspective that inspires people: “It’s never too late to become what they might have been” (Eliot).

Ed and his wife Anu have been married for 24 years and have three lovely adult children, Jasmine, Joshua and Josiah.

"The attack on our dreams are to make us bold giant killers. To inspire hope in hostile circumstances. To promote us. To produce crazy faith. To compose new songs. To create new business models. To write new book chapters. To discover new cures. To create witty inventions--ideas, when we have nothing left to fight with, but the dream or promise in our heart." (ERN)
Ed Norwood
CEO