“I grew up in a Unitarian Universalist church where I saw that each of us has a different role to play in creating social change. As an adult, I had a 10-year career in workforce development, supporting folks’ ability to care financially for themselves and their loved ones. Over time I came to believe that work, like all aspects of life, is sacred and must above all center our humanity and our potential to transform our world.”
Griffin Moore (pronouns: they, them) is a coach and facilitator for individuals and organizations committed to social change.
As a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, Griffin has coached leaders of social justice and community organizations, and they have used Clifton Strengths for team-building and professional development workshops. Griffin has also supported more than 1,000 career changers in nonprofit and for-profit workforce development, career services, and higher education organizations, including the University of the District of Columbia, Byte Back, Per Scholas, and General Assembly.
As a consultant, Griffin offers insights from a decade of working inside organizations as a champion of cultural change. They guide mission-driven organizations through organization development and diversity, equity, and inclusion journeys. Griffin brings a variety of tangible tools to their work, by leveraging their experience initiating and leading global and national committees, designing workshops and programs with an analysis of structural oppression, and harnessing data and partnerships for measurable change.
Griffin holds a B.A. from Oberlin College in African American History. They will complete their M.S. in Organization Development at American University in 2021.
Griffin is a Black, queer, nonbinary, nature nerd who lives in Washington, D.C.