East Lansing – Ronald Moore, former Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Kimberly-Clark Company and Human Resources Manager at Hewlett-Packard, will be visiting MSU’s campus during the university’s 2013 Pride Week celebration. He will speak at Olds Hall on MSU’s campus April 17 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Moore, who currently serves as Vice President of Human Resources at Safe Horizon, a victim assistance agency, will share his story of becoming Fortune 500 executive, philanthropist and advocate for LGBT African Americans of faith.
Moore received a Bachelor of Arts in communications, a Master of Arts in counseling, and a master’s in labor and industrial relations, all from Michigan State University. A native of Detroit, he currently resides in East Harlem, New York.
At Safe Horizon, Moore is responsible for staffing, compensation and benefits, training and development, and employee relations. Moore serves on the Advisory Board of the National Black Justice Coalition, and also has a history of community engagement with the Bergen County, New Jersey United Way and the Bergen County Urban League. Additionally, he has served as a member of the board of directors for over ten nonprofit organizations, including as president of the Atlanta Executive Network and co-chair of Georgia Equality. He currently serves on the Church Council of the Riverside Church of New York City.
Moore joined Safe Horizon after 26 years of employment in Human Resources at Hewlett Packard, serving as New York Area Human Resources Manager. After a transfer to Atlanta, Georgia, Moore became the Site General Manager for the Atlanta Business Center, with a population of 2,500 employees. He was also the face of Hewlett Packard to the Atlanta business and government community.
Most recently, Moore was the Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Kimberly-Clark Company based in Atlanta. He was responsible for the global K-C Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and 15 employee network groups, in addition to managing relations with several national diversity organizations.