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With America & MOORE, you procure a proven, credible industry-specific thought leader, services, and solutions in diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI), change management, and organizational development. Creating change requires an individual who is not only committed to institutional change, but most importantly an individual committed to your change.


Working with organizations prior and post visit, Dr. Moore provides consulting training/coaching sessions that have been described as high energy, motivating, challenging, informative and action-oriented by participants of all ages, time and time again. He works with organizations, not for organizations, as he is committed to building relationships, one change agent at a time.


Services are suited for organizations, businesses, communities, cities, institutions, and schools that are looking for a customized approach, tailored to meet their needs.




  • Organizational/Institutional Change

  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Trainings

  • Fiscal Literacy Programs

  • Cultural Diversity and Teachers/Curriculum

  • Global Workplace: Preparing Corporations for Diversity & Belonging

  • Antiracist Leadership Development

  • Engaging Youth in Classrooms, Camps & Community

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  • 21-Day Equity Challenge: #SettingGoals #MakingChange

  • America Is Changing: Are You Ready

  • Black Males, Athletics, Academics and The New Achievement Gap

  • The Challenges of Addiction: A Zero-Hero Story

  • The Cookbook for Diversity Consultants: Are You Ready?

  • The Power/History of The N!gga(er) Word

  • Diversity, Privilege, & Leadership: Are We Making Progress?

  • Dr. Martin Luther King: Let’s Stop Dreaming

  • LEADer/ship: Nurture or Nature (The Lion King)

  • #RealTalk #RealSolutions #Responding2TheTime

  • The Guide for White Women Teaching Black Boys

  • White Privilege 101: Getting on the Conversations


Diversity, Privilege and Leadership: Are We Making Any Progress in the 21st Century
This interactive, informational, challenging and energetic session examines and explores issues of diversity, privilege, oppression, and leadership across America. We all have an excellent opportunity to be positive role models, powerful decision makers, and effective agents of change, if we have the tools. Are we making any progress?
America Is Changing: Are You Ready?
This session challenges participants to examine their own biases, behaviors and belief systems. Additionally, they learn how to take action against hatred, bigotry, privilege, and oppression. We need more leaders for social justice and equity across America. Do you have the skills and ability to lead?
The Challenges of Addiction: A Zero-Hero Story
Zero to Hero is the true-life story of Dr. Eddie Moore Jr. as he takes participants from his youth growing up facing the challenges of poverty, drugs and alcohol in a Florida “hood” to his role as a national leader, educator, consultant, and motivational speaker. Honest, raw and challenging, participants will hear the story of how, despite a support system, the temptations of 'street life' left him facing addictions, scared, insecure, lost, and out of control. But this is not the story of the “Zero.” This is the story of how when those around you believe in you, and can convince you to believe in yourself, then anything really is possible. For those who are facing life’s many, many challenges, this is a powerful story of redemption, forgiveness, hard, work, determination and Moore. The "Hero" is about excellence, achievement, capabilities, and opportunities. The "Hero" means focus, attitude, community, and excellence. These are some of the key things connected to leadership, building relationships, creating change, athletics, academics, and Moore. This session is designed to leave participants enlightened and empowered to change the world, one person at a time.

The Case for #BecomingAntiRacist

Our future leaders must look different, think different, and be prepared differently for the difficult challenges ahead. The America is changing, the world is changing, and our schools, kids, and community needs are changing too. Our leaders cannot remain status quo and/or continue to use the same leadership development programs and models. The case for #becomingantiracist is anchored by a commitment to having a comprehensive understanding of complex issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracist skills and strategies. ARE YOU READY?


#CPRDiversity: Are You Ready?

CPR Diversity is based on Dr. Moore’s 25 years of experience as a Diversity Practitioner and the basic knowledge he believes we all must have when it comes to Diversity. This baseline knowledge is essential to navigate today’s world, could keep you from losing your job and literally save someone’s life. The session will challenge the audience to examine and explore issues related to bias, privilege, equity, supremacy, and belief systems. Additionally, we learn how to take action against individual and systemic racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression. We need #MooreLeaders #MooreCitizens committed to justice, equity and change across the world. Are you ready? This conversation/training is designed to explore the various challenges, complexities and emotions local, regional, and national. My goal is to challenge us all with one important question: Are we changing/progressing? Now is the time for us to be #MooreCommitted, #MooreFocused #MoorePrepared and #MooreWoke as we continue to be and inspire #MooreGoodTrouble across the globe.  


White Privilege: Getting in on the Conversations
This interactive, informational, challenging, and energetic session examines and explores white privilege/oppression and the imperative that those promoting diversity must “get in on the conversations.” Participants leave with the skills and knowledge necessary to begin addressing issues of white privilege/oppression individually and institutionally.
The N!gga(er) Word: Is There a Message in The Madness?
The Power/History of The N!Word: Is There a Message in The Madness?

Who is allowed to say the N!word? What do we do or say when the N!word is said in our classrooms, hallways, practices, cafeterias and resident halls? Ignoring the N!Word is not an option anymore, even though we are hearing the N!Word everywhere nowadays. Participants are challenged to examine their personal/professional histories with N!Word when and/or how they first heard N!Word and pictures/feelings associated with the word. The workshop encourages all people, but specifically future leaders, educators, and parents, to consider the ramifications of casual or uniformed usage of a powerful and troublesome word.


Participants leave the session with:

  • a heightened understanding of the impact of the word, especially on our youth;

  • strategies for eliminating the word from school/curriculum;

  • resources for continued growth and development of strategies for addressing difficult conversations.


Dr. Moore delivers an additional wide range of keynote addresses/workshops, including:

  • Black Males, Athletics, Academics and The New Achievement Gap

  • Diversity, Privilege and Multicultural Education: Are Teachers Ready?

  • Dr. Martin Luther King: Let’s Stop Dreaming!

  • Everybody Needs Diversity Skills and Cultural Confidence!

  • LEADer/ship: Is it Nurture or Nature (The Lion King) (great for grades K-12)

  • Make It Happen: Motivating, Challenging and Inspiring Youth to ACTION!

  • The Mirror Exercise: Everyone Needs Confidence, Self-Esteem and Motivation (great for grades K-6)

  • Youth and High Self-Esteem: What Matters Is On The Inside


“Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr.'s keynote address at our Leading Courageously for Racial Equity Conference was both poignant and powerful – engaging the audience both emotionally and intellectually – inspiring and challenging us all to be better and to do better for all students. He provided us with tools and strategies to see and address racial inequities in our educational system. This is important work and Dr. Moore is definitely a clarion voice leading the way."

– Natalie Rasmussen, Ph.D., Asst. Professor, Department of Educational Leadership, Minnesota State University, Mankato


“Thanks so much for sharing your transformational energy and wisdom of your lived experience as a Black man in America. I especially loved your qualification that we’re committed to *becoming* anti-racist, since this work involves continual “excavation,” as you said, and the intentional unlearning of the toxic culture of racism and white supremacy that we are all immersed in.”


– Kaity M. Cazares, Deputy CHRO, Vancouver, WA


“…I am proud to call him a colleague in our work to create organizations that are inclusive and excellent for all.”


– Damon A. Williams, National Inclusive Excellence Leadership Academy (NIXLA)


“A HUGE THANK YOU FOR JUST BLOWING US AWAY! Humor, Warmth, Truth Telling, Story Telling, #FACTs and so much more...we couldn’t have wished for your session to have gone any better. Honestly, I haven’t been THAT inspired in ages and the zoom/slack has just been flooded with compliments of you and your session!”


– Jennifer Odogwu, Mimecast Cybersecurity

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