Alumnus honored for building Black Achievers professional network

Michael Moore, a UC mechanical engineering graduate, was celebrated by Cincinnati Chamber

Michael Moore, a University of Cincinnati mechanical engineering alumnus, was featured by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber in its Making Black History celebration honoring seven Black leaders living, working and building legacies in the region. 

Michael Moore headshot

Michael Moore. Photo/Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.

Moore is the founder, CEO and president of Black Achievers, a nonprofit, professional networking organization with more than 4,000 members in Cincinnati and 30,000 nationwide. His mission is to build a network of Black professionals who can work together to make the world a better place for everyone. 

He previously worked in IT project management at Fifth Third Bank, he was an account manager in the engineering field, and he launched a successful web development business. Moore authored a book titled “Achieve Your Dreams, the 9 Principles of African American Success.”

“I live by the golden rule to treat others as you wish to be treated. I believe we have an obligation as human beings to help build people up and not tear them down,” Moore said in an interview with the Cincinnati Chamber. 

Read more about all of the honorees in the Cincinnati Enquirer article.

Learn more about Michael Moore in a video and article from the Chamber

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