Michelle N. Moore is the founder of MindEQuity Corporation, advising organizations on transformation for social impact. Her 25+ year career as a management, transformation and innovation consultant has spanned work in USA, Germany, Russia and Canada.
As an equity partner with both PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young, Michelle launched and led two consulting practices, helping energy, manufacturing and technology clients’ transition from command to market economy. In Canada, she became a certified New Product Development Professional and worked with clients to maximize innovation performance. Then she led a start-up philanthropy advisory Benefit Corporation, GrantBook.org and now serves on their board.
Michelle’s not-for-profit sector experience includes a role as Director for World View Adoption and serving as a Board Member for CERBA, Canada Eurasia Russia Business Association and The Hammerband. She is currently Board Chair of PAMA (Peel Arts Museum and Archives, Ontario, Canada.) Michelle is also a member of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Presencing Institute’s Cohort 4, Advanced Social Presencing (SP) Practitioners, led by Arawana Hayashi, co-creator of SP.
She earned an M.B.A. in international strategy and is fluent in English, German & Russian.