Nayila Moore | DIHGLA Cohort 3 | IBWPPI

Nayila Moore

Nayila Moore is a 2022 graduate from Howard University and currently is part of the IT Services practice at Spencer Stuart where she helps drive research efforts as a search analyst. Nayila also has a passion for visual art, and spends her time outside of work growing her art business. Prior to joining Spencer Stuart 

While at Howard University, Nayila served in a multitude of roles on and off campus. Most notably, she served as the Programs Director for the Howard University Student Association upon campus reopening from the Covid-19 pandemic. In this role, she was responsible for leading a team to organize and execute programs that abide by COVID-19 safety protocols while also engaging the undergraduate and graduate student body. As Programs Director, Nayila facilitated a Voter Registration Drive with the DC Board of Election, organized monthly Pop-Up Shops for over 50 black-owned student vendors, and led Wellness Wednesday Workshops in partnership with Howard University Chapel Assistants to help students practice mindfulness and focus on their health. Nayila’s commitment to embodying Howard University’s motto, “Truth and Service,” led her to serve as a Youth Ambassador for the International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute, a volunteer third-grade reading tutor for Horton’s Kids, and a Spring Senior Associate for Facets Executive Search & African Advisory Limited.

During her matriculation, Nayila served as a member of the Judiciary Committee and Co-Director of Communications for the Howard University Student Association, Team Leader for the School of Business 21st Century Advantage Program, and an intern with Morgan Stanley’s Institutional Security Group in their Freshman Enhancement Program. 

Outside of work, Nayila enjoys painting and developing her art business. She has been a fellow and commissioned artist for the Kamala Harris “For the People” Campaign and the Coach Foundation’s 2022 celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Day. Moreover, she has also created poetry slams, planting activities, and career readiness programs as the J. Paul Getty Trust Education & Public Programs intern.

Nayila is a compassionate, driven, and creative young leader. She is excited to join the 2023 cohort of the International Black Women’s Public Policy Institute’s Dorothy I. Height Global Leadership Academy.

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