On this episode of Alumni Trending, we dive into engaging diverse alumni with the University of Oregon’s, A. Philanda Moore. Trend lines include:
- Aspen Leadership Group Diversity Talent Partnership,
- importance of data collection and utilization,
- engaging diverse alumni, and
- a little bit about HBCU marching bands!
A. Philanda (A.P.) Moore is the assistant director for alumni engagement, affinity groups. As the point of contact for the minority, special interest, and professional alumni constituencies groups, A.P. provides support for event and programming planning, implementation and execution, membership growth, and volunteer recruitment for the various groups. A.P. graduated from Clark Atlanta University in 2011 with a BBA in supply chain management, after moving cross-country to Atlanta from his hometown, Sacramento. Post-graduation, he became an IT consultant for three years and during his training lived in India for five weeks. He moved back to Sacramento where he became a substitute teacher and then later began working for UC Davis Development and Alumni Relations-Advancement Services. During his free time he enjoys watching, coaching, and playing sports–go Kings!–playing trivia, and watching movies.