Dr. Edmund H. Moore
- Program Manager/Senior Plans & Programs Manager
- Air Force Research Laboratory
Edmund H. Moore has been employed with the United States Air Force (USAF) as a civilian engineer & program manager since the early 1990's.
20+ years experience as DoD civilian assigned to base: Affordability Group Lead; AF tech expert in materials, processing, systems support & HBCU/MI advocacy areas; Experienced program manager in basic R&D & systems support; AF expert in tech program organization & minority employee recruitment; Experienced briefer to General Officer & SES levels of AF and DoD; Dynamic facilitator in organizing teams within & across organizations.
(2012-Present) Senior Plans & Program Engineer, Engine Systems Branch, WPAFB, OH - Affordability Group Lead, RQT Diversity Council Deputy Chair & RQ HBCU/MI program manager; (2010-2012) Senior Plans & Program Engineer, Engine Integration & Assessment Branch, WPAFB, OH - Affordability Group Lead; (2007-2010) Plans & Program Engineer, Air Systems Branch, WPAFB, OH - Senior aeronautics sector plans engineer, FLTC 8 & sustainment support, Agile Combat Support focal point, AFRL Diversity Task Force Council, & AFMC HBCU/MI Program Manager; (2002-2006) Senior Materials Engineer, Acquisition Systems Support Branch, WPAFB, OH - Managed critical Quick Reaction contract to resolve AF mission critical material issues, Managed high visibility HBCU/MI Initiative which was briefed to SECAF, Corona Board & AFRL Manpower & Personnel Subcommittee; (2000-2002) Program Manager, Plans Branch, WPAFB, OH - Managed basic R&D portfolio, visiting scientist contract & assisted Chief Scientist, Managed & grew HBCU/MI program inside & across AFRL & AFMC; (1997-2000) Materials Engineer, Processing Section, WPAFB, OH - Defined technical areas of R&D, managed technical programs & publicized results; (1991-1996) Materials Engineer, Ceramics Branch, WPAFB, OH - Performed basic & applied R&D in ceramic composite arena to support warfighter, managed corporate programs, & executed innovative contractual programs.
Past and present includes, but are not limited to, AAFEA, Sigma Xi, Keramos Fraternity, The American Ceramic Society, National Society of Black Engineers, & the National Institute of Ceramic Engineers.
Trustee, Citywide Development, Dayton, Ohio; Board Member, Montgomery County Alcohol Drug & Mental Health Services Board; Past President, National Institute of Ceramic Engineers; Steering Committee & Treasurer, Parity Inc.; MS&E Department Advisory Board Member, Virginia Tech.
Honors & Awards
(2011) CCG Service Leadership Award, (2008) AFMC/SB Directors Award, (2007) Award for Meritorious Civilian Service, (2006) Secretary of the AF Special Achievement Award, (2003) Black Engineer of the Year Award, (1998) The ACerS/NICE Schwartzwalder PACE Ceramic Engineering Award, & (1991) USAF Palace Knight Fellow.