For more than 30 years, Professor Moore has focused her research, consulting, and teaching on the leadership and advancement of women, diversity and inclusion management, as well as developing culturally competent leaders. Her articles have appeared in The Journal of Management Development, The Organizational Behavior Teaching Review, Personnel, The Journal of Behavioral and Applied Science, The New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, the South East Asia Journal of Management, The CASE Journal, and The Journal of Corporate Citizenship, among others. She also has published numerous international and national conference proceedings papers, several book chapters and is the author of "Not as Far as You Think," an influential text that examines the evolution of theory and practice of women in management.
Professor Moore has been an active participant and national leader in academic and professional organizations committed to the understanding and advancement of women leaders. Moore was the founding consultant and acting director of the Radcliffe Public Policy Institute at Harvard University, Co-Director of the Institute for Women and Organizations, and Chair of the Women in Management Division of the Academy of Management.
Moore was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship for the 2007-2008 academic year at Zayed University in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. She taught leadership courses in the College of Business Sciences as well as conducted a research project on corporate women leaders in the United Arab Emirates.
Other areas of research and study include global and sustainable leadership, women's leadership education and the development of culturally sensitive and indigenous leadership models with particular emphasis on the role of gender. Moore has also written cases on women leaders and entrepreneurs with a culturally appropriate lens. She co-edited a ten volume Compendium on Global Family Business Models that analyzes the impact of culture on models of family business in ten regions of the world. Her expertise on gender and diversity in management has also been recognized by many professional organizations; Moore has received three Coleman Foundation grants. These funds were used to study successful women business leaders in the United States, focusing on the role of cultural identity in leadership.
Moore is a pioneer in gender and leadership, global and cross-cultural research and curriculum development. Courses designed by Moore while at Simmons College include one of the first business school courses on women and leadership in the United States; an interdisciplinary graduate course on globalization and diversity and the School of Management's first study abroad course, which provided a cross cultural comparative analysis of women leaders. She has led study travel tours to India and the United Arab Emirates. Professor Moore teaches graduate and executive courses focusing on diversity, gender, and cultural impacts on organizational behavior and leadership, and Chairs the Organizational Behavior Department. She is a faculty affiliate of the school's Center for Gender and Organizations, and a Fellow of the Leadership Trust Foundation, UK.
GSM 511 Culturally Intelligent Leadership
GSM 553 Gender, Diversity and Leadership
MSMG 422 Communicating Across Cultures
MSMG 423 Applied Learning Project
MSMG 443 Culturally Intelligent Leadership
Executive Education Teaching and Coaching