Charles T. Moses

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Charles T. Moses

Charles T. Moses is the Interim Dean of the Austin Peay State University College of Business. A specialist in strategy and entrepreneurship, he also consults on the local, state and international level.  He previously served as the Interim Dean of the School of Business Administration at Clark Atlanta University and as Academic Director of the University’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation program.

He is also a Visiting Lecturer at the Mona School of Business and Management at the University of the West Indies, in Kingston, Jamaica, where he teaches MBA classes in strategy and a doctoral level seminar: “Internationalization of SME’s.” 

In 2010-2011 he was a Fulbright Fellow at the University of the West Indies where he researched emerging market entrepreneurship and taught classes in international entrepreneurship. He was also a Kettering Foundation “Public Scholar”.

From 1994-2001, he was a consultant based in South Africa and in 1996 he served as the Dean of Edupark, a business school at the University of Limpopo.  His consulting work centered on change management and international trade. A few years later, as managing director of a mid-sized holding company in South Africa, he was a key member of the team which took the company public, raising in excess of USD 60 million on the South African Stock Exchange. He later founded, then sold, a technology start-up in South Africa.

Previously, in 1995 as a cabinet-level aide to former New York State Governor Mario M. Cuomo, Dr. Moses created the State’s South Africa policy. He was also a consultant to USAID in South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Prior to joining the Governor’s staff, Dr. Moses was a deputy press secretary in the Office of the New York City Comptroller. He developed and implemented media strategies for the city’s billion-dollar annual bond sales.

From 1985 to 1987, Dr. Moses was a strategic planning and budget executive for Newsday, one of America’s largest daily newspapers.  He was a member of a team which went on to launch New York Newsday, one of the newspaper industry’s success stories of that time. He also developed and launched a $30 million electronic information service for the newspaper.

He received a Doctorate in Management from Case Western Reserve University.