Ann Moritz is a management consultant with over 30 years of experience in HR management and training. She specializes in issues of social, racial, and economic diversity and inclusion, in communications and organizational management. Ann is principal of Moritz Advisory Group, founded in 1989, where she has consulted to both corporate and non-profit organizations in diversity and inclusion assessment, plan development, executive coaching, communication skills, training, and team-building. She co-designed the ongoing workshop program: Building Alliances Across Race for Women Leaders. Ann chairs the Boston Cultural Council, served on the Executive Committee of Commonwealth Compact, the Steering Committee of Boston Busing/Desegregation Project, and chaired the Trustee Committee on Diversity of Outward Bound/Thompson Island. The 25 years of Gospel Night at the Boston Pops began with the initiative of a BSO Diversity Committee that she helped design. She formerly headed Human Relations, Training and Development for the newsroom of the Boston Globe. She also has served as Director of the Management Training Center at the Northwestern University/Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
Executive Development Program, Babson College
National Coalition Building Institute, Certified Trainer
Bystander Awareness Program, Simmons University
Boston Citywide Dialogues, facilitator and trainer
University of Pennsylvania, Annual Ethnography Conference. Philadelphia.
George Hein Lecture Series, Lesley University. Keynote.
AERA Annual Meeting presentation, Hearing Whiteness, Seeing Race: Women leaders who give visibility to their white identity. Chicago.
Boston College, ISPRC Diversity Conference:
- Women Leaders and Race: Building Alliances. Workshop, 2005.
- Engaging a Sociocultural Perspective. Workshop, 2010.
- Boston Busing/Desegregation Project. Presenter, 2014.
- Healing History: Exploring Our Desegregation Stories to Promote Racial Justice. Workshop, 2015.
White Privilege Conference Symposium, Lesley University, Co-Chair, 2017
B.S. Journalism, University of Kansas
M.S. Business/Public Administration, Kent State University
Ph.D. Educational Studies, Lesley University.