Our dedicated and diverse staff works tirelessly to support the work of our projects, clients, and grantees. Get to know our team and learn more below.
Yvonne L. Moore
Yvonne L. Moore is the Founder and Managing Director at Moore Philanthropy, and President of partner organization, Moore Impact. She brings over 25 years of experience in the government, civil society, and philanthropic sectors to her work in providing strategic and tailored philanthropic advisement and solutions to families, individuals, and institutions.
Monica K. Lewis
Monica K. Lewis is an attorney and seasoned strategy and operations professional. She has extensive experience scaling organizations, driving business development, conducting financial analysis and planning, and managing organizational risk.
Hafeeza E. Rashed
Hafeeza E. Rashed is the Director of Programs and Partnerships at Moore Impact. Previously, she worked at the King Baudouin Foundation United States (KBFU). At KBFUS, she was responsible for the outreach to individual donors and the development of our partnerships with African nonprofit organizations.
A. Nicole Campbell
A. Nicole Campbell provides strategic legal, governance, and operational guidance as a senior advisor for two of the world’s most prominent philanthropists, and has spoken on and trained senior management teams and board members in nearly every region of the world in grantmaking, governance, and organizational design.
Alma Martinez was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Prior to joining Moore Impact, she worked for The Denver Foundation for 13 years overseeing the gifts and grants team providing higher-level administrative support across the Foundation. Alma is motivated by the opportunity to be creative while helping others in the community.
Emerson Soto brings over 10 years of experience directing multi-channel fundraising and advocacy campaigns, developing integrated content marketing strategies, envisioning creative branding and marketing assets, and implementing tactics to diversify and grow audiences. In 2014, he founded Emerson Soto Consulting, a full-stack creative marketing, communications, and fundraising agency that engineers impactful storytelling and design for nonprofits and entrepreneurs.
Lorelei Williams is Warner Music Group/Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Justice Fund’s (WMG/BFF SJF) first Executive Director. Prior to joining the WMG/BFF SJF, Williams served as Senior Vice President of Grant Programs at Comic Relief U.S., a nonprofit that uses the power of entertainment to help eliminate world poverty. While there, she launched a new grantmaking pillar focused on economic empowerment, providing thousands of low-income youth with access to job training, job placement and investment in youth-led social enterprises.
Seyram Dodor is the first Program Associate of the Warner Music Group/Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Justice Fund (WMG/BFF SJF). Before joining the SJF, Seyram served as a Policy Associate at the International Center for Research on Women, a nonprofit dedicated to advancing gender equity and research.
Moore Impact Board of Trustees
Felice Denny, Trustee
Raymond Holdago, Trustee
Madeline Holder, Trustee
Elan Moore-Jones, Trustee
Marci Mclendon, Trustee
Yondell E. Moore Jr., Trustee
Ayo Roach, Trustee
Yvonne L. Moore, Ex-Officio
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