Dr. Theresa A. Moseley is originally from Fayetteville, North Carolina. She is a United States Army Veteran, inspirational and motivational speaker, 8x-Best Selling Author, 3x International Best Seller and a 3x-Award Winning Educator. She attended Georgia State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree, Bowie State University where she earned a Master of Education Degree in Guidance and Counseling, and The American University where she graduated with a PhD in Education Administration. Dr. Moseley is a world traveler. She’s lived in Augsburg, Germany, and Sinop, Turkey. Her international travels include Great Britain, Italy, France, Spain, Australia Africa, New Zealand, Brazil, Morocco, Mexico, and Canada.
Dr. Moseley is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of TAM Creating Ambassadors of Peace LLC. Her company provides inspirational and motivational speeches to groups looking for ways to resolve conflicts in the community, in schools, and in other organizations wanting to create a peaceful climate and culture. As a published author, she writes positive messages in her books about peace, love, hope, and purpose. She uses her life experiences to address thought provoking questions around finding one’s purpose in life, finding your authentic self, and is very overt regarding everyone taking responsibility for creating a peaceful world. Her signature book, Creating Ambassador of Peace: 16 Steps to Become and Ambassador of Peace is an Amazon Best Seller.
Dr. Moseley has worked in the field of education for 26 years. In 1999 she was awarded the Excellence in Education Award from the Prince George’s County Chamber of Commerce. In 2006, she was recognized as Prince George’s County Outstanding Educator. During her time as an administrator at Walker Mill Middle School, she received the Excellence in Gifted and Talented Education Award from the Maryland Department of Education. Dr. Moseley attended Leadership: An Evolving Vision at Harvard Graduate School of Education, and the Harvard Institute on Critical Issues in Urban Special Education. She also attended the Summer Leadership Institute at the Yale Child Study Center – School Development Program. Dr. Moseley is a humanitarian promoting world peace in all her endeavors.
Dr. Moseley has been featured on the cover of Tap In and Women of Dignity Magazine. She has over 300 news articles over the last year.