Paige L. Moore is a Doctoral Candidate in the School of Public and International Affairs and Adjunct Faculty Instructor in the School of Social Work at NC State University. Her background as a research professional has focused on examining and identifying innovative solutions to social problems through research, analysis, and practice. Moore’s extensive experience in program evaluation, teaching, and research, as well as evidence-based policy writing and implementation, has allowed her to lead research projects to success while serving the needs of diverse populations. Her interdisciplinary background in social work and public administration provides her with the skills needed to assess best practices at the local, state, and federal levels. Moore's previous work has focused on developing culturally competent and strengths-based solutions to community problems, the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color, social equity in preparation for pandemics and disasters, and the value of interprofessional teams of social workers and officers in police departments. Moore’s dissertation focuses on the administrative burden of police complaint processes for racially, ethnically, and gender diverse populations. For her work with the Raleigh Police Department writing policies, building community relationships, and developing the Addressing Crises through Outreach, Networking, and Service (ACORNS) Team, Moore received the 2020 National Association of Social Workers-NC President's Award and Chief's Citation from the Raleigh Police Department in 2021. Moore was also named a 2021 ASPA Founders Fellow and serves as a board member for Research Triangle ASPA and the ASPA Section on Professional and Organizational Development.
The Essential Role of Human Service Nonprofits in Restorative Justice Policy Implementation
Moore, P. L., & Lawrence, K. L. (2023, September 13). NONPROFIT POLICY FORUM, Vol. 9.
“It is like we have died, but we are still breathing”: The Trauma of Housing Resettled Refugees within a Neoliberal Model.
In P. L. Moore (Ed.), Realizing Nonviolent Resistance: Neoliberalism, Societal Trauma, and Marginalized Voice. https://www.peterlang.com/document/1058982
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