Monroe "Bud" Moseley joined Isaacson, Miller in 1989 after a distinctive career in higher education and industry. Bud is skilled in conducting executive searches for a wide range of nonprofit clients, including small and large public, private, and faith-based institutions, community and liberal arts colleges, as well as doctoral, research intensive universities and institutes. He has served organizations and agencies in human and social services, associations, and foundations, as well as clients working in healthcare, community development, advocacy, and social justice. Bud has recruited executive, administrative, and technical officers, whether titled president, chancellor, executive director, vice president, provost, dean, or director. He has worked with boards, search committees, and individual hiring officers, and is well known for listening intently to clients, before managing a rigorous search process designed to produce a talented, diverse pool of candidates, in a timely manner. After completing his Bachelor's and Master's degrees, Bud was a student affairs administrator at the University of Rhode Island and at Boston College. Before joining Isaacson, Miller, he was a human resources officer with domestic and global responsibility for recruiting at a technology corporation and at an international science and technology consulting firm. A committed contributor to a civil society, Bud serves on local, regional, and national boards, including the City of Boston Compensation Advisory Board, Boston Renaissance Charter Public School, Emerald Necklace Conservancy, and the National Affordable Housing Foundation.
- BA, University of Rhode Island
- MA, University of Rhode Island
- Economic and Community Advancement
- Higher Education
- Social Justice Advocacy