His career, too, reflects a commitment to giving back. After earning a master’s degree in urban planning and policy, he went into finance and community development. He has worked at several financial institutions where he has focused on increasing access to capital and credit to underinvested and underbanked communities. He’s also founder of and partner in TMA Consulting, which works with nonprofits, entrepreneurs, and small businesses on financing, technical assistance, and program administration.
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Moore has served as a Hamilton alumni trustee, was founding chair and still serves on the Multicultural Alumni Relations Committee, and is a member of the Days-Massolo Center’s 10th Anniversary Steering Committee. The center is named for his mentor, a Hamilton life trustee and emeritus member of the LINK board. Over the decades, first Massolo and then Moore introduced scores of LINK Scholars to the College. Moore estimates that roughly 30 of them matriculated, but points out that there haven’t been any in the last few years. He’d like to change that.
“I would love to see that connection happen again and keep that relationship going,” he says.