September 17, 2009
New York, NY, September 17, 2009 – Safe Horizon, the nation’s leading victim assistance organization, has announced the appointment of Ronald Moore as Vice President of Human Resources, effective as of August 17, 2009.
Mr. Moore joins Safe Horizon after 26 years of employment in Human Resources at Hewlett Packard. While serving as the company’s New York Area Human Resources Manager, Mr. Moore was active in the Bergen County, New Jersey United Way and a Board Member of the Bergen County Urban League. After a transfer to Atlanta, Georgia, Mr. Moore became the Site General Manager for the Atlanta Business Center with a population of 2, 500 employees. He was also the face of Hewlett Packard to the Atlanta business and government community.
Most recently, Mr. Moore was the Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Kimberly-Clark Company based in Atlanta. He was responsible for the global K-C Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and 15 employee network groups, in addition to managing relations with several national diversity organizations.
Mr. Moore has been involved in many nonprofit organizations over the years, serving as a member of the board of directors for the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Southwest Medical Center, Metro Atlanta YMCA, Junior Achievement of Atlanta, and Project Open Hand. He served as President of the Atlanta Executive Network, Co-Chair of Georgia Equality and a board member of Out and Equal.
“We are proud to welcome Ronald Moore as the new Vice President of Human Resources,” said Ariel Zwang, CEO of Safe Horizon. “Ronald’s experience in the business world combined with his passion for nonprofit work makes him an ideal choice for the position.”
Mr. Moore received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, a Master of Arts in Counseling, and a Master’s in Labor and Industrial Relations all from Michigan State University. A native of Detroit, Michigan, Mr. Moore currently resides in East Harlem, NY.
Safe Horizon is the nation’s leading victim assistance organization and serves over 350,000 people each year who have been touched by violence. Whether we are responding to child abuse, domestic violence, or other violent crimes, Safe Horizon provides the practical tools, emotional support, education and advocacy to help victims and their families heal and rebuild their lives.