Inaugural Executive Director for the national STEM Funders Network
Errika Moore is the inaugural Executive Director for the national STEM Funders Network. Previously she was the Senior Program Officer at the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta leading the team focused on creating equity in education and workforce development. Prior to this she served as the Executive Director of TAG-Ed (Technology Association of Georgia Education Collaborative) focused on K-12 STEM Advocacy throughout the state of Georgia, Vice President of Member Services and External Affairs for IT Senior Management Forum (ITSMF) – the only national organization focused on increasing the representation of black professionals at senior levels in technology, the Vice President of Operations for the Gifted Education Foundation, Southwire, BMC Software and IBM.
Currently she serves the community as the co-lead for the state of Georgia for the National Million Women Mentors initiative, the Board Chair for Ferst Readers and the incoming Chair for Lab Atlanta. She also serves on the National Science Foundation’s Convergence Accelerator Program specifically for Reimagining Innovation in STEM Education, the Georgia Department of Education Computer Science Advisory Council, the Tech for All Alliance Advisory Board, the Literacy for All Steering Committee, Junior Achievement of Georgia Leadership Council, Georgia’s CTAE Industry Advisory Council, Atlanta Technical College’s Industrial Engineering/Systems Technology Advisory Committee, the Leading Women @ Tech (Georgia Tech) Professional Development Advisory Board, and the Inspiredu Education Advisory Council. She is a member of IT Senior Management Forum, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. and the Atlanta Diversity Managers Affinity Group (ADMAG).
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