Deborah Moses, D.P.A., M.P.H., is a committed and passionate public health/administrative professional. She is the Executive Director of House of Charity, a program meeting the needs of our homeless and hungry community through housing, health services and food services. At Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, Moses teaches Epidemiology and Community and Behavioral Health in the B.P.H. program and Community and Behavioral Health in the M.P.H. program.
Moses has worked in leadership roles in the non-profit and government sector for over 30 years. Those positions include Head Start Director for all of Ramsey County, Statewide Director of all State Operated Addiction Programs, Operations Director for the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division of the Department of Human Services, and Clinic Manager of the Red Door Clinic. Professor Moses currently serves on the Hennepin County Heading Home Hennepin Continuum of Care Operations Board, Board of the East Town Business Partnership Board, and the Board of Directors of Mount Zion Temple. She is a past board member of: Mad Dad’s, Minnesota Head Start Association, St. Paul Promise Neighborhood, Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health, Community Fitness Today, African American AIDS Task Force, and Children’s Dental Services. Professor Moses holds a Doctorate in Public Administration from Hamline University, and a Master’s in Public Health with a major in Health Services Administration from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.