Kate Moore, Ed. D.
Vice President, Global Internships
- Academic Internship Council
Kate Moore is an international educator energized by our changing world of work and how we connect campuses, communities, and companies across the globe.
She serves as Vice President of Global Internships for CIEE. In this role Kate is part of the management team for the Academic Internship Council, a nonprofit within the CIEE family that partners with more than 50 universities throughout the world to develop and deliver their customized experiential programming in 18 global cities.
Kate also serves as chair of the WIVRA (Work, Internship, Volunteer, and Research Abroad) Subcommittee for NAFSA and is content committee co-chair for the Global Internship Conference. She was co-editor and contributor for the 2018 publication International Internships: Mission, Methods, and Models and will be editor for the NAFSA book on Internships, Service Learning, and Research Abroad slated for publication in 2020.
Previous positions include Director of Internships at American University Washington Semester, Government Relations and Academic Outreach Manager for the Close Up Foundation, and National Recruiter at the Fund for Public Interest Research.
Kate holds a doctorate in higher education management from University of Pennsylvania, a masters in Nonprofit Management from Eastern University, and a bachelors in International Studies from American University.
Kate is originally from Nebraska, visits baseball spring training in Phoenix each March, and flew the equivalent of seven trips around the world in 2018.