William Todd Moore, MPS
Project Director, Community Partnership for Health
University of Kansas Medical Center

William Todd Moore has experience that is deeply rooted in community development, non-profit leadership and social justice. He collaborates with diverse populations and focuses on a broad array of interests from Kansas to China. He inherited his calling to service from his grandparents who were foster parents. He has devoted his life to advocating for youth and community issues.

Mr. Moore’s commitment to service over the past 20 years has included his roles as an executive with Big Brothers Big Sisters; a fundraiser and program officer with United Way Worldwide; a volunteer coordinator with the U.S. Medical Reserve Corps; and a program manager for City Year San Antonio. His primary accomplishments over the past 20 years have been to match more than 1,200 youth with mentors, raise over $20 million in funding support, and coordinate over 200,000 hours of service for organizations and communities across the world. His efforts in neighborhood and regional community leadership have led to building coordinated, comprehensive coalitions that strengthen partnerships and improve capacity.

Mr. Moore’s recent collaboration with the Translational Research Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences was designed to link academic researchers and clinicians to the health needs of communities. In 2013, he was appointed as the Community Engagement Project Director for “Frontiers: The Heartland Institute for Clinical and Translational Research” at the University of Kansas Medical Center. In this position, he is continuing to build strong relationships between health institutions and communities.

Mr. Moore received a Master of Public Service degree in 2010 from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service and an undergraduate degree in African American Studies from the University of Kansas.