Moy Eng has amassed more than twenty years of experience in the nonprofit sector, working in arts and culture, immigrant rights, international human rights, lesbian and gay rights, and energy fields. For five years, prior to her January 2002 appointment at the Hewlett Foundation, Moy directed the Joyce Mertz-Gilmore Foundationís domestic and international grantmaking programs in energy and human rights.
Before joining Joyce Mertz-Gilmore, Moy worked for more than fifteen years on fundraising and institutional capacity building, primarily in the performing arts, as a consultant, and in senior staff development positions with the director of development at Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and the Orchestra of St. Lukes.
Moy has taught at New York University and at the State University of New York at Purchase, and has lectured at national, regional, and state conferences on fundraising, organizational development, and grantmaking. She has served on a number of national committees encompassing human rights, environmental, and arts issues, including most recently as co-chair of Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, and as a board member of the Funders for Lesbian and Gay Issues. Moy holds a B.A. in theater arts from Douglass College and an M.A. in arts administration from New York University.