President Moore returned in June, 2013 to serve for the second time as AIC president after a 19-year leave of absence. Having spent over 25 years serving in college teaching and administration, most of that time at American Indian College, he understands the importance of building lasting relationships with students. He and his wife Cheri love interacting with students and getting to know them on a personal level. They also relish opportunities they have to travel to reservation communities and visit with AIC students and alumni.
President Moore is an avid sports fan. He also likes to read, mostly history and current events and usually over a cup of skinny latte. He believes there are only two important events in life. The first is the day we were born and the second is the day we discover why we were born, and he is passionate about helping students discover why they were born.
Dr. Moore holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Evangel University, and a master’s degree in cross cultural communication and doctor of ministry in leadership from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. He has completed studies for a PhD in higher education administration at the University of Arizona, where he is ABD.