Stephen F. Moseley is the President of the UN Association-National Capital Area, and previously served as Chair of the UNA-NCA Advisory Council.
He joined AED in 1970 and served as AED’s President and Chief Executive Officer since 1987 until his retirement in 2010. Under Mr. Moseley’s guidance, AED became one of the leading non-governmental organizations working in the areas of education and exchange, health, youth development and the environment.
In his career at AED, Mr. Moseley held progressively greater responsibility for international operations, overseeing a wide range of groundbreaking educational programs. He directed projects in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East. In 1979 he was appointed executive vice president of AED and director of the International Division. Mr. Moseley began his career at the nonprofit Education and World Affairs, later renamed the International Council for Educational Development.
Mr. Moseley is an active member of the Society for International Development (Washington Chapter), serving twice as chapter president. He currently sits on the Governing Council of the SID International Board of Directors and serves as its treasurer. He is chairman of the Basic Education Coalition (which promotes support for the global Education for All agenda) and is a member of the Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid. Mr. Moseley serves on the Boards of the United Nations Association/National Capital Area and the U.S. Global Leadership Campaign. He is a member of the Executive Committee and Board of InterAction (the U.S. association of international private voluntary organizations). He is active on the working committee of UNESCO for Education for All (EFA). He has held leadership positions of the Coalition for American Leadership Abroad and the International Eduation Training Coalition.
Mr. Moseley received a Bachelor of Arts in Literature in 1967 and an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters in 1989 from the University of Hartford. In 1997, he was elected to the University of Hartford’s Board of Regents.