Carla Moore, MIRHR, CHRP

Carla Moore


A professor at George Brown College since 2011, Carla Moore incorporates into her teaching practice her expertise at the generalist and leadership levels of Human Resources.

Carla believes that lifelong learning is critical for ongoing success. She encourages her students to utilize lessons learned from both their lived experience and formal studies to improve their expertise and skills for their future career paths.

Academic Credentials

Master of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, University of Toronto, 2006 Bachelor of Arts, Liberal Studies, Administration, Human Resources and Health Studies, York University, 1993 Business Administration diploma, Seneca College Human Resources course work, Centennial College

Areas Of Specialization

Human Resources Management, Industrial Relations

Areas Of Expertise

Human Resources Generalist, Strategy and Implementation, Organizational Capacity/Development, Not-For-Profit Consulting

Career Highlights

2011-Present – Professor George Brown College School of Business, Human Resources 2010 – Guest Speaker/Professor George Brown College Continuing Education 2008-Present – Director, Human Resources, Financial Services & Community Services Sectors 1997-Present – Human Resources Management, Financial Services Sector

Other Activities

Board Member and Chair – Human Resources and Compensation Committee, Griffin Centre, 2009-2014 Board Member – Art Starts, 2011-2012 Alumnus – Heritage Singers and Immaculate Conception High School


Nonprofit's advantage in securing future talent, Village Vibes, Charity Village, Caroline Veldhuis (Ed.), Issue 15.45, November 8, 2010 Keep your eyes on donor engagement but don't forget employee engagement, Village Vibes, Charity Village, Caroline Veldhuis (Ed.), Issue 16.15, June 14, 2011 The four pillars of HR governance, Village Vibes, Charity Village, Caroline Veldhuis (Ed.), Issue 16.37, September 12, 2011