“I’m a kid that grew up in the north side of Richmond, one of the toughest parts of Richmond when I was growing up. And it was my community, which helped shape me, to help me become who I am today and who I continue to try to aspire to be.”
Cedric Moore PhD, a 1997 graduate of Eastern Mennonite University and a member of the university’s board of trustees, talks about his business, social work, challenges facing minority business leaders, and his membership with Virginia Council of CEOs in a September 28, 2021, profile by the organization.
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Moore earned his BA in social work at EMU, and an MBA and doctorate in strategic leadership from Regent University. He launched Spectrum Transformation Group in 2021 and served the company as its CEO.
It is the first organization licensed in Virginia as an intensive outpatient Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) service.