Dr. Trina Moore brings 20 years of combined experience in leadership, teaching,
and curriculum development to Westcliff University. Her education accolades
include a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from Livingstone College, Salisbury,
NC, a Master of School Administration from the University of North Carolina at
Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, and a Doctorate of Education in Organizational Change
and Leadership from the University of Southern California. Dr. Moore currently
serves as the founder and leader of the Restorative Justice Educational Initiative
(RJEI) for the educational non-profit Nehemiah Building Corporation. This initiative
provides educational advisement and opportunities for underserved students.
Dr. Moore is a highly qualified and licensed teacher, principal, and curriculum
specialist. Her educational experience includes twelve years as a classroom
teacher and five years as a school administrator. In higher education, Dr. Moore
has been a guest lecturer for the University of Southern California for master and
doctoral students in counseling, leadership, and education. She also has
international experience as adjunct faculty for the University of Zambia and
Copperbelt University in Zambia, Africa.
Aside from academia, Dr. Moore is an accomplished singer. As a middle school
choral director, Dr. Moore composed the song entitled “Purpose.” It became the
school song and was heard in the US and 37 international countries. The song is
currently available on Apple Music and Spotify.
Dr. Moore is excited to contribute to the mission of Westcliff University as adjunct