Terri Moore

Terri Moore is Senior Director of Inclusion and Organization Effectiveness at Time Warner Cable. In this role, she is responsible for formulating and driving the execution of the company’s diversity and inclusion strategy and education, focused on workforce, workplace and marketplace. 

Terri chairs the company’s enterprise-wide Diversity and Inclusion Council and provides strategic focus on disability awareness, training, supplier diversity, mentoring, employee networks and leadership development partnerships with the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) and Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT). She has personally facilitated and arranged for instructor certifications on formal diversity and inclusion education for over 14,000 company employees, and counting. She has also provided leadership and support for the company’s 18 employee networks, ranging from the Women in Technology Employee Network to Out @TWC to VetNet.

Passionate about helping groups and institutions understand that differences are strengths and need to be nurtured for developing future talent, Terri represents the company through mentoring with the national internship program, the Emma Bowen Foundation and serves on the boards of the Community Building Initiative and the Diversity Forum. She is a former board member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and the Diversity Council of the Carolinas. Terri also facilitates inclusion training with the Hospice and Palliative Care organization in Charlotte.  In 2011, Terri was named as one of 15 Catalysts for Diversity in Charlotte from Uptown Magazine.  

Terri’s efforts inside the company and the community to educate, advocate and empower multi-ethnic and multi-dimensional diversity have contributed to elevating Time Warner Cable’s profile in the business community. She has also played a critical role in establishing mentoring programs for employees, and works to ensure the company is recognized as a top employer by Diversity Inc., Human Rights Campaign, WICT and NAMIC.  She is also the Chair of TWC’s Black Business Employee Network. 

Terri, who received an undergraduate degree from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and a graduate degree from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, is currently pursuing a second Master’s degree from the Queens University, Charlotte.