Emily Cooper Moore



Emily consults with nonprofits to help them advance their strategic goals around information management by identifying and leveraging systems and developing procedures to achieve efficiency in process, accuracy of data, and easy retrieval of information. She specializes in donor databases, collections management systems, and recordkeeping protocols. She is committed to supporting the outcomes generated through arts, cultural, justice, and mission-based organizations, and places a high value on building trusting relationships.

Prior Experience

Emily has provided project-based and strategic support to various nonprofit institutions. Projects have included data validation; creating integrated work request and project management systems; migrating data from multiple sources into a centralized system, developing back-end protocols and designing a front-end engagement platform; and drafting handbooks.

Emily served in leadership roles where she established the first documented workflow and operating procedures for the gift recording, acknowledgment, and outreach cycle, and integrated the fundraising and accounting systems through a successful collaborative process involving multiple departments.

Client Experience

  • Women Against Abuse
  • Mural Arts Philadelphia
  • Fairmount Park Conservancy
  • South Asian American Digital Archive
  • Tyler Arboretum
  • The College of Physicians of Philadelphia


  • Master of Library and Information Science, specialization in Archives, Preservation, and Records management – University of Pittsburgh
  • Master of Arts Program in the Humanities – University of Chicago
  • Bachelor of Arts – Tufts University