Do Right Men 2007: Eddie-Moore

Eddie Moore HOME BASE: Seattle PROFESSION: Director of diversity DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle's oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. "Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do," says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. "I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared."
ESSENCE.COM Aug, 29, 2008

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HOME BASE: Seattle
PROFESSION: Director of diversity
DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle’s oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. “Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do,” says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. “I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared.”

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HOME BASE: Seattle
PROFESSION: Director of diversity
DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle’s oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. “Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do,” says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. “I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared.”

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HOME BASE: Seattle
PROFESSION: Director of diversity
DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle’s oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. “Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do,” says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. “I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared.”

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HOME BASE: Seattle
PROFESSION: Director of diversity
DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle’s oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. “Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do,” says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. “I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared.”

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HOME BASE: Seattle
PROFESSION: Director of diversity
DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle’s oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. “Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do,” says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. “I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared.”

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HOME BASE: Seattle
PROFESSION: Director of diversity
DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle’s oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. “Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do,” says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. “I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared.”

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HOME BASE: Seattle
PROFESSION: Director of diversity
DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle’s oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. “Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do,” says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. “I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared.”

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HOME BASE: Seattle
PROFESSION: Director of diversity
DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle’s oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. “Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do,” says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. “I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared.”

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HOME BASE: Seattle
PROFESSION: Director of diversity
DOING RIGHT: At The Bush School, Seattle’s oldest private K—12 institution, Moore is on a mission to prepare students to compete in an integrated workforce and society. “Diversity is about skills, and we have work to do,” says Moore, who has a Ph.D. and is the father of a 14-year-old son. “I want all of us to be better prepared for a twenty-first-century society. Remember, integration without preparation has never worked in America, and we have to get our kids better prepared.”