Moore joins development team

Carol Moore

The RSPH Office of Development and Alumni Relations (L-R): Sonia D’Avilar, Carol Moore, Kathryn Graves, and Michelle James.

As a longtime fund-raiser and advocate for international development, Carol Moore loves the company of humanitarians. In her new role as director of development at Rollins, she is in her element.

Moore has worked in the nonprofit sector for more than 20 years with the Society for International Business Fellows, Atlanta International School, CARE, and the Emory Institute for Developing Nations. Now she has joined the fund-raising team led by Kathryn Graves, associate dean for development and external relations.

“Carol is known throughout the Atlanta philanthropic community and brings a deep enthusiasm for our work at Rollins,” says Graves. “She is building our portfolio of major gift prospects and developing and managing strategic fund-raising initiatives for the school.”

Although Moore has worked in the international arena for most of her career, she rediscovered her passion while serving as director of development for the St. Charles Foundation in Oregon. “I realized I missed the international activities that had been the theme of my working life,” says Moore.

After completing a master’s degree in international service at American University, she returned to Atlanta and to CARE, this time as manager of marketing partnerships with Delta Air Lines, Borders Bookstores, and the Women’s National Basketball Association. During her first career with CARE, she managed major gifts and corporate partnerships with UPS, Delta, Coca-Cola, and Glaxo-SmithKline.

Moore’s perspective on humanitarian work has evolved over years of work, study, and travel, but her desire to improve lives hasn’t wavered. Now, at Rollins, she is raising funds to support the next generation of public health leaders.

“The school has tremendous momentum, especially with our 20th anniversary and the opening of the Claudia Nance Rollins Building this year,” she says. “It’s an excellent time to be part of this school. I feel at home here.”—Pam Auchmutey

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