Michael Boulware Moore is a high-impact business and community leader, board member, keynote speaker, and author. He is a thought leader on diversity and inclusion, social justice, African American history, and brand strategy. He earned a BA from Syracuse University and an MBA from Duke University. Michael is currently the Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Blackbaud - the world’s leading software company powering the global social good community. There, he drives the company's effort to enhance the impact and productivity of their workforce through the strategic execution of a vibrant D&I effort. Previously, Michael was the Founding President/CEO of the International African American Museum. Located on one of the most important sites of African American history, IAAM is a leading institution elevating the history of those who were brought to America enslaved. Michael was also CEO of Glory Foods and was the long-time principal of a boutique brand marketing strategy consulting firm. He also has classical consumer packaged goods experience early in his career at Kraft and Coca-Cola. Michael was named to Charleston Business Magazine’s 50 Most Influential list. He received an honorary Doctorate in Public History from Dickinson College. He chairs the Board of Trustees at St. Mark’s School in Southborough, MA and the Charleston, SC - Freetown, Sierra Leone Sister Cities Committee. Michael is the author of “Bridging the Gaps: The Love of Marketing” and the forthcoming illustrated children’s book “Freedom on the Sea” about Robert Smalls. Michael is married to Karla Moore, and the father of four sons - David, Lucas, Israel, and Robert. He lives in Mt. Pleasant, SC.