Stephen F. Moseley

Stephen F. Moseley has spent his career serving nonprofit organizations and associations devoted to meeting the needs of people and their communities who are disadvantaged by poverty, discrimination and injustice. Mr. Moseley is President of UNA-NCA, and previously served as Chair of the UNA-NCA Advisory Council, and as Co-Chair of its Task Force on the Sustainable Development Goals for 2015 to 2030. He also serves as a Board Member and as a Policy Advisor to the Alliance for Peacebuilding in Washington, DC.  Mr. Moseley is an active volunteer for these organizations, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Society for International Development, Washington Chapter, where he earlier twice served as President. Mr. Moseley served as President and CEO of the Academy for Educational Development from 1987 to 2010, and prior to that as this nonprofit organization’s Executive Vice President and founding Director in 1970 of its International Programs Division. Mr. Moseley has previously served as a member of the Board of Interaction; as a member of the Executive Committee and Treasurer of the International Governing Board of the Society for International Development; as Chairman of the Board of the Basic Education Coalition; as a member of the Advisory Committee of Voluntary Foreign Aid to the State Department and US Agency for International Development. Mr. Moseley also served on the UNESCO Working Committee in Paris for Education for All from 2002 to 2010. 

Mr. Moseley holds an Honorary Doctorate and a BA degree from the University of Hartford.  He resides with his spouse, Ms. Barbara O’Grady, in Bethesda, Maryland.