About Nancy

Nancy Moses’s strategic plans, feasibility studies, business plans, and fund-raising plans help nonprofits start-up, revitalize and redirect. She has helped her clients plan new facilities, create new museums and digital learning labs, launch educational, environmental, and civic initiatives, and establish new tourism programs and university-based centers. Her clients range from agencies of all levels of government, foundations, and national cultural treasures to charities, community development, and human service organizations.

Nancy Moses knows the nonprofit sector from a 360-degree perspective. She was executive director of the Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphia and served on the executive staff of WQED and the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Philadelphia Studies. She managed a grant program at the National Endowment for the Humanities. She consults to an impressive array of nonprofits of different sizes, structures, and missions. Most recently she completed Strategic Plans for a major medical institution.

Nancy Moses is the Series Creator and Executive Producer of the upcoming television series The Women of Philadelphia: A Documentary, produced by History Making Productions. She is the author of Lost in the Museum: Hidden Treasures and the Stories They Tell (AltaMira Press 2008) that won a 2008 Gold Medal from ForeWard Magazine. Her opinion pieces and articles have appeared in The Wall Journal, Boston Globe, Philadelphia Inquirer, Public Management Magazine, and many other publications. In 2012, Nancy Moses served as guest editor of the Arts and Culture edition of the online Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal. Nancy holds a Masters Degree in American Civilization from George Washington University, and has long been active in civic causes.