Gerald A. Moore Sr. | Speaker | Author | Founder




The school’s primary focus will be preparing black boys for STEM professions, by teaching computer science, coding, mobile app development, and website development. I also have a background in basic electricity which I will also be including. Registration includes the Black Boys Read Book Club. I’ve also just published my book, Motivate Black Boys, How to Prepare Your Sons for Careers in STEM. Read more...

HBCU Alumnus Commits to Run Online Technology School

This fall, the Norfolk State University alumnus will roll out an improved online platform, through The Gerald Moore Technology School for Black Boys where course offerings include: Coding; Web Design; App Development; Basic Electricity; Automotive Technology; Google Docs; and Technology Entrepreneurship. Examples of winter offerings include launching an IT (Information Technology) Fundamentals course, in partnership with CompTIA, which is the world’s leading technology association.

There are a plethora of Black men in America who are working to make the world a better place. Gerald Moore exemplifies what this website is all about. Our tagline is “ordinary men doing extraordinary things.”



Sophia Melone
Chief Facilitor
Gerald is a profound speaker! I happened to hear his interview on Black Enterprise's Beyond The Hype. Hearing his story and learning about his passion for advancing black youth, especially in STEM, was inspiring. Gerald spoke on diversity & inclusion, education, and economics in disadvantaged communities all in one 40-minute segment. Although his words were geared toward empowering black youth, it empowered me as a woman to support the cause. What a very enlightening and powerful speaker! I would recommend Gerald to be the keynote speaker for ANY youth empowerment or STEM event.
Gladys Juca
Gerald Moore was one of the speakers at the STEM Summit'20. As he shared about his educational path and how he overcome many obstacles throughout his career, he truly inspired me to learn about how to differentiate between a job and a career, how to become a person of value and why I should find a sponsor/mentor. He has great motivation and dedication to give back to the community and to students interested in a career in STEM.
Mahmia Richards
Meridian PCS Board of Finance Chair
Gerald Moore is a dynamic, energetic, and authentic speaker. DC Black MBA invited him to join a panel discussion on leadership in our community. He and other panelists spoke passionately about why black representation matters in key areas such as education, healthcare, politics, & business ownership. Our attendees, including myself, were inspired by his success story. It was truly a pleasure to have him join us and we look forward to future collaborative projects.
Brandon Dinkens
Had the pleasure of hearing Gerald speak at the STEM summit 2020. It was a great experience hearing his story and experience, truly motivated me. Not only did his talk inspire me and reevaluate some things in my life. He also took the time to message me back after I sent him an invite. We had a chat and was one of the most informative talks I've had. He is very encouraging and gave me great advice. I would highly recommend him.
Kesha Carter
Chief Diversity Officer
The passion and excitement Gerald has for engaging young black men in technology are Extremely evident in everything he does. My son has discovered a serious interest in computer technology as a result of the work he began doing through the programs Gerald offers.
Dr. Warren Benson
Technical Training Designer
Gerald Moore has innate talents, which he has honed to a level I've rarely come across. He motivates people to rise to their "best selves," whatever and whoever that may be, in a way that is inspiring and individualized. The true magic that I've seen (and experienced first hand if I'm being completely honest), and which is all too rare, is that he builds in an element of accountability and a "call to action" that is left with those he's come into contact with.
Christina Poole
Frontend Engineer
Genuine, insightful, and enthusiastic are 3 choice words to describe Gerald's public speaking. I am grateful to have witnessed Gerald's resonant presentation on overcoming workplace minoritization at the 2020 STEM Success Summit. In 20 minutes, Gerald effortlessly electrified the space with his vibrant energy and equipped me with quality coaching to advance my career and my life.
Gerald A. Moore Sr. Speaks at International Women's Day

Inclusion and Access in the STEM field through the integration of Arts and Culture; STEAM and Access to equalizing technologies.

Super excited to be on the panel to discuss the effectiveness of current efforts and examine the social paradigms that can inhibit, or encourage, equality and access. Beyond any structural or social impediments to improving gender equality in STEM, challenges may also remain when it comes to ensuring the quality and availability of training and skills development opportunities.

This talk will take place on March 8, 2021, from 3:15 - 3:45 PM

Click Here for the full International Women's Day Schedule of events.




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