E. Maynard Moore, Ph.D. PDF Print E-mail

Principal / Founding Partner - CommunityNexus Consulting, LLC, Bethesda, Maryland

maynard moore Dr. E. Maynard Moore has been a consultant in financial resource development and management for nonprofit organizations on a full-time basis for more than twenty-five years.

Prior to 1984, Maynard Moore served as a teacher, administrator, and fundraising executive for a community college, a large state university, and a major private university, including service in roles as Assistant to the President and Assistant Vice President. For a national association of cities and counties, Dr. Moore served as Vice President for Development and Corporate Relations, managing fundraising initiatives in the private sector and functioning as liaison with major corporations, research universities and federal R & D laboratories.

In the 1990s, Dr. Moore served on the $175 million capital campaign staff for The George Washington University Medical Center. More recently, Dr. Moore served as Executive Director for the Funding Future Ministry Program of the Stewardship Center & Foundation, of the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church.

In consulting roles, Dr. Moore has served more than a dozen colleges and universities, and scores of church ministries, health organizations, youth agencies and arts groups. He has participated in capital campaigns for several major educational institutions, including an $85 million campaign for The American University and a $35 million campaign for a midwest social service agency. With Douglas M. Lawson Associates, Dr. Moore conducted a Campaign Audit and subsequently organized the comprehensive capital and endowment campaign for a major medical system in Texas (nine hospitals) targeted at $40 million.

Among Dr. Moore's major clients, projects have been completed for the World Federation for Mental Health, the Minority Health Professions Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the Library of Congress, the Washington Ballet, the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity International, The Phoenix Zoo, the Medical Group Management Association, the European Foundation Center, IUC-Europe, and the PAX World Foundation.

Dr. Moore received his Bachelor of Arts degree at Randolph-Macon College in Virginia, and went on to take graduate degrees at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, an M. A. in Social Ethics at the University of Chicago, and a Ph.D. in Adult/Continuing Education at Union Institute & University in Ohio. Maynard has served on several boards of trustees in youth and religious organizations, and holds memberships in professional societies such as the American Association of Higher Education, the National Council of Resource Development, the National Council on Planned Giving, and the Society for Ecological Restoration.

Dr. Moore conducts numerous fundraising workshops and training events annually, has written articles for periodicals and scripts for promotional fundraising videos, and was recognized as a Certified Fund Raising Executive by the national Association of Fundraising Professionals. Dr. Moore has been a member of the Baltimore-Washington Conference since 1981, and his Charge Conference is Metropolitan Memorial, the National United Methodist Church in Washington DC

Maynard has two grown children and lives with his wife Paula in Bethesda, Maryland