Alee Moore, Ph.D. is the Director of Capacity Building at Nevada GrantLab. As a licensed, master-level social worker (LMSW), she has worked with women in domestic violence and abuse, children in specialized foster care, and adults in chronic healthcare settings. Much of her career has been spent in higher education, beginning with her role as a coordinator to reduce truancy rates among at-risk middle and high school students. Dr. Moore has served as a social work instructor and a Director of Field Education. She is a co-creator of the Council of Social Work Education’s Curricular Guide for Social Work Licensing and Regulation. Currently, Dr. Moore provides capacity building support to nonprofit organizations by creating learning environments that emphasize specific skills needed to find, win, and effectively manage the federal resources that can transform communities.
In addition to her work as a nonprofit director, Dr. Moore applies her passion for promoting social and economic justice through community leadership roles, such board memberships at Strong Start Academy Elementary School and the Nevada Minority Health and Equity Council. She regularly engages in outreach with organizations that serve vulnerable communities to promote advocacy efforts and share best practices related to program administration.
Alee Moore received her Ph.D. and Master of Social Work degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She specializes in the development, delivery, and evaluation of professional development opportunities; equity learning; needs assessment metrics and program planning; and competency modeling.