Moore was deeply involved in the Boston black community as a social worker, teacher, activist and church member. At Boston College, he supervised social work students placed on field assignments in Boston public schools. Moore had been affiliated with GSSW as a field education instructor and advisor since 1987.
He was educated at the University of Massachusetts at Boston and at the Boston University School of Social Work, where he received his master's degree in social service in 1976 and was active in alumni affairs. He also taught and served as a field education advisor at the BU School of Social Work, and was honored by the school in 1994 with the Hubie Jones Urban Service Award.
Moore served from 1993 to 1995 as an assistant program director at the McKinley Middle School in Boston, and from 1991 to 1993 as a social worker at Children's Hospital in Boston. From 1990 to 1994 he maintained a private practice that focused primarily on African-American family issues.
He was active on various community boards and at the Charles Street AME Church, where he was a youth mentor and former trustee.
Donations may be made to the Biomedical Science Careers Project, 164 Longwood Ave., No. 204, Boston, 02115-5818.
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