Tracy “Ty” Moore II

Hometown – Cincinnati, OH
Undergrad – Harvard College
Current Occupation – VeraVis
Title – Co-Founder & Executive Coach

Greatest Impact

Through two non-profits that I co-founded and led, Leadership Scholars and The Hidden Genius Project, I have had the opportunity to directly mentor and train hundreds of marginalized youth, most of whom were black. In conversing with some of my former students, I see that the greatest impact I’ve had has been on boosting their belief in their own capabilities. Essentially, I believed in these young people so deeply that their beliefs about themselves shifted quite dramatically. As a result of this increase in their own self-efficacy, my former students have accomplished things that they previously wouldn’t have even dared to dream. Believe it or not, I’m proudest of the accomplishments that seem the least impressive. For instance, one of my former students told me that because he participated in our program, he stayed off the streets, unlike most of his family members, and he knows that he’s alive today and not in jail simply because of the program. He hasn’t graduated from college, but he is alive, working, and positively contributing to society.

Bio

Tracy “Ty” Moore II is an impact-driven, serial entrepreneur and co-founder of VeraVis (pronounced ver-a-VEES), an executive coaching and leadership development firm.  VeraVis provides high-energy and high-impact leadership growth experiences that foster authentic connection and empower people to lead from their souls.  At VeraVis, Ty serves as an executive coach, keynote presenter, and facilitator of workshops and retreats for some of the world’s most promising leaders and their teams.  Previously, he co-founded and led multiple for-profit and nonprofit ventures, including two nationally-recognized tech startups.  

Since serving as First Class Marshal his senior year, Ty has made it a priority to be actively engaged in the Harvard alumni community.  In 2015, he began his service on the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) Board of Directors as an Elected Director.  On July 1, 2023, Ty will begin his term of service as President of the Harvard Alumni Association, a global network of over 400,000 individuals dedicated to positively impacting society, expanding opportunities, and redefining “excellence” at Harvard and beyond.

Ty graduated from Harvard cum laude with an A.B. in Classics in 2006.