Bill Moore assumed the role of Director of the Cahn Fellows Program in 2013. He was named a Cahn Fellow in 2007 and later became an Alumni Committee member and Chair of the Selection Committee in 2008.
Moore has over 35 years of experience in the field of higher education as New York City Coordinator for Stony Brook University’s Educational Leadership Program, faculty member of the New School for Social Research and as an adjunct geology lecturer at Brooklyn College.
Since 1990, he has been a catalyst for technology-infused curricular change at Queens public schools as Founding Principal of Robert Goddard High School of Communication Arts & Technology, principal of M.S. 202 and as a New York City Assistant Principal.
With a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Geology and a Minor in Education, Moore began his career as a Science teacher before earning his Professional Diploma in Education and Administration. He has also served as a consultant to the New York Hall of Science as well as Director of the Science Exploration and Experimentation Center Museum and Planetarium.
Bill is a member of numerous academic associations and serves as President Emeritus for the Middle School Principals’ Association and as an Executive Board representative for Middle School Principals at the Council of Supervisors and Administrators.
His published works include scientific journal articles, educational curriculum and as a contributing author for several textbooks.