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Executive Vice President
Dr. Moses V. Goldmon joined the College as Executive Vice President in January 2015. In this executive role, Goldman serves as the College's second in command along the administrative hierarchy; and supervises several essential functions of the College including research, scholarly and sponsored programs, honors college, enrollment management, strategic planning, institutional effectiveness, branding, compliance, and grant procurement. In addition to his administrative duties, Goldmon will serve as the College Chaplain and tenured professor in the Division of Liberal Arts.
Prior to his appointment, Goldmon served as Assistant Professor of Religious Education at the Shaw University Divinity School located in Raleigh, NC, and Pastor of Prince Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church in New Hill, NC. He held adjunct faculty appointments in the Department of Public Health Education at North Carolina Central University and the Department of Health Behavior/Health Education in the UNC-CH Gillings School of Public Health. He has over 25 years of experience in church, university, and community settings as a pastor, administrator, faculty member, program planner, evaluator, researcher, health educator, inspirational speaker, and consultant.
Goldmon has completed independent and collaborative health disparities research projects and interventions, served as a mentor and advisor to graduate and post-doctoral students, served as a grant reviewer for federal, state and foundation funding agencies, and is a peer reviewer for three professional public health journals. He has made significant contributions in the procurement of over 4 million dollars to support enrichment programs to help students of color and/or the disadvantaged to successfully pursue graduate and professional degrees in the health professions; and over 14 million dollars to support research, interventions, and service initiatives designed to address the persistent health, education, and economic disparities that exist between racial and ethnic minorities and majority populations in the United States.
Goldmon has published a book titled Choosing God's Fast: Biblical Strategies for Conquering Life's Challenges. He has also extensively published in newsletters, magazines, training and resource manuals as well as in professional peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Religion, Spirituality, and Aging; Journal of Religion and Health, Health Promotion Practice; Journal of the National Medical Association; Progress in Community Health Partnership: Research, Education and Action; Journal of Palliative Medicine; NC Medical Journal, and Academic Medicine. He is frequently called upon to disseminate information about health disparities research and interventions in both professional and community based settings; and to deliver lectures, motivational presentations, workshops and seminars on topics related to personal, professional, organizational and community development, health promotion, the elimination of health disparities, leadership, and program evaluation.
He is the former Chair of the Empower Us to Help Us ministry of the Carolina Region Annual Conference; a former member of the North Carolina State University Urban Advisory Council, the Faith and Health Advisory Council of the North Carolina Council of Churches' Partners in Health and Wholeness Program, the Gramercy Institute for Empowering Communities, the North Carolina Institute of Medicine Task Force on Early Childhood Obesity Prevention, and the North Carolina Health Equity Collaborative
Goldmon is directed by a mandate to glorify God. The mandate is fulfilled as he strives to be a Kingdom Ambassador who emulates the character and ways of Jesus Christ by seeking to know, understand, and meet the felt needs of his family, church members, students, colleagues, constituents, clients, and friends in a loving yet challenging manner. His aim is to produce a legacy of love for God, family, church and community. His foundational emphasis is on helping individuals and organizations to discover and manifest their true purpose. Among the issues of concern for Goldmon are disparities in education, health, and economics, as well as the demise of the Black family structure which is exacerbated by the challenges that face African-American males.
Goldmon and his wife, Suzzette, are the parents of two daughters.