Dean, College of Health Sciences
University of Arkansas, Fort Smith
Fort Smith, AR
Associate Director, Aligning Forces for Quality; Lead Research Scientist, George Washington University.
Formerly Assistant Professor, College of Nursing Clinical Asst Prof, Dept of Public Heath, East Carolina University and Director of Nursing for ECU Physicians 1999-2010. As director, she was responsible for practice issues in the school of medicine where over 200 nurses work in 20 clinical sites in around the Greenville area. Her responsibilities included ambulatory nursing practice, clinical program development and multidisciplinary quality improvement.
In her faculty role, she has taught leadership courses in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs at ECU. Prior to joining ECU, she was Director of Specialty Services in Ambulatory Care at the Medical University of South Carolina, and was an adjunct faculty member in the MUSC College of Nursing.
Dr. Moye earned her PhD in 2006 and has presented her research findings at several national conferences. Her research interests include older nurses in the workforce and multigenerational issues in nursing. Dr. Moye served 2 terms on the North Carolina Nurses Association Commission on Standards and Practice and was the Vice Chair of the Leadership Special Interest Group of the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nurses (AAACN). In 2001 she was a Helene Fuld LINE Institute Fellow. She served as the AAACN Chair of the Standards of Administration and Practice revision committee in 2003. In 2005 she was named "Outstanding Mentor" for Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Nu Chapter and in 2006 she was the recipient of the North Carolina "Great 100" Doctoral Student Scholarship and in 2007 received the Excellence in Leadership award from the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nurses.