The Anne Frank Center Mourns the Passing of Alan Moore

The Board and staff at The Anne Frank Center USA are deeply saddened by the death of Alan Moore, trusted colleague, dear friend, and the Center’s Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Moore, CPA, joined the Center in 2007 and prior to this, had held financial and business operations positions for many nonprofit organizations, including the Federal Music Society, the American Recorder Society, Theater Communications Group, Circle in the Square Theater, and Garden State Philharmonic Symphony Society. He held an MBA in Finance from Florida Atlantic University, as well as a degree in Music History from Eastman School of Music, and an AM in Musicology and a DMA in Historical Performance Practice from Stanford University. Alan believed that the work we all did at the Center contributed to making the world a better place. He took pleasure in the arts, in music – he was a professional organist – and international travel, as well as his financial work, and was tirelessly committed to the business of making sure financial operations ran smoothly at The Anne Frank Center. He was a loyal and dedicated colleague and friend – always ready to offer support as well as debate the politics of the day. Alan was a committed Freemason and a devoted uncle. His many years of service to the Center, as well as his dedication to Anne Frank’s legacy, make his loss hard to bear. Our thoughts are with Alan’s family and friends at this most difficult of times. “I enjoy working at The Anne Frank Center because our staff is dedicated to passing on her ideals, and I know the work contributes in some way to creating a better world.”