Rianna Moore is a human-and-organization development consultant and coach with 35 plus years of experience working primarily in corporate and government sectors. Specialties include diversity-inclusion-social justice; group and system dynamics; relational and communication skills; learning event design and facilitation; process consultation and coaching/development for internal HR/OD and diversity-inclusion specialists.
Rianna holds the PhD in Human & Organization Systems from the Fielding Graduate University. The title of her dissertation is Close Friendship Between Black Women and White Women in the US: Fostering Connection in a Culture of Disconnection (2011). She is co-author of several books in development or in press on topics concerning organization development and diversity-inclusion-social justice issues. Rianna also holds two masters degrees: one in organization development from Fielding and the other in arts and letters from the State University of New York.
Rianna has been a member of The NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science since 1998 and is a member of the Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice and the Research Communities of Practice, as well as a member of the Research Community of Practice Steering Committee.