William Moore has served as Chief Executive Officer of the Eleanor Crook Foundation since 2015. In his role as the first CEO and first full-time employee of ECF, he has led the organization in developing an ambitious strategy and investment plan, building partnerships across the global health and development community, and serving as a vocal spokesperson for the issue of global malnutrition. He was formerly Chief Storyteller at the United Nations Millennium Campaign, where he helped coordinate UN country office engagement plans for the Sustainable Development Goals, and worked to highlight the human aspect of data and development. Moore serves on the Board of Directors for Bread for the World and The Alliance to End Hunger, as well as the United Nations Foundation's Global Leadership Council. Additionally, he is the Chair of the Coalition of Philanthropies for Nutrition. A North Carolina native, Moore graduated with top marks from Columbia University with a degree in American Studies.