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NAACP National Voter Fund Leadership


As Executive Director, Mr. Moore is responsible for the overall coordination of national programs designed to promote voter rights, election reform and issues that are critical to the NAACP and its branches, while also increasing voter education and participation among African Americans and communities of color throughout the US.

Mr. Moore has a long history of political empowerment and advocacy, serving in a number of leadership positions throughout his 28 years of issue advocacy. Most recently, Mr. Moore served five years as the Chief of Staff to the Dean of the Congressional Black Caucus, US Representative John Conyers (D-14, MI). He served as Deputy Political Director for the Democratic National Committee, where he was instrumental in developing the Voter Registration and outreach programs while also overseeing Base Vote Constituency programs and activities nationally. While at the DNC, he also served as the Liaison to the Training division and targeted Coordinated Campaigns, strategic planning and implementation of the 1996 Clinton-Gore re-election campaign.

Mr. Moore has also served as the Executive Director of the Citizenship Education Fund, the civic educational arm of the National Rainbow Coalition. Private sector involvement includes the founding of GTM Consulting Services, a political consulting firm, where he served as its President and CEO, and TriCom Associates Advertising Firm, where he served as Senior Vice President for Government Relations. Mr. Moore received his Bachelor of Science Degree from the College of Communications, Ohio University.



Mr. Bond is a civil rights activist, historian, veteran legislator, human rights activist, distinguished professor, syndicated talk show host, and nationally recognized spokesperson for the disadvantaged. All these words describe this native of Nashville, Tennessee, who was on the cutting edge of the civil rights movement of the 1960's and remains at the center of the movement for social change as Chairman of the NAACP Board of Directors, the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization. Bond served as Chairman through 2009 and remains a current member of the Board.

Mr. Bond is one of the principal founders of the NAACP National Voter Fund, and serves as the Chair of its National Development Committee. From his early days as a student activist and leader in the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Mr. Bond has been an active participant in the movement for civil rights, human rights and economic justice. He is a veteran of more than 20 years of public service after serving 20 years in the General Assembly and the Georgia State Senate, sponsoring over 60 pieces of legislation.

He is a graduate of Morehouse College, and is currently serving as a Distinguished Professor at the University of Virginia and American University. Mr. Bond's academic credentials include 21 honorary degrees from colleges and universities throughout the United States. He is the host and commentator of America's Black Forum, the nation's longest running black–owned show in television syndication.







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