About Diane Moffett


Love, Peace, Justice & the Well Being of all people

Issues & Concerns

Economic Development:

There is dignity in work. Greensboro citizens need jobs that provide living wages and businesses that help all people, including the poor to experience life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  Moffett would like to develop a Mayor’s Business Roundtable, working with the Chamber of Commerce and other agencies to develop innovative solutions and business incentives that will jump-start our economy and get people to work.

Moreover, a talented workforce is needed in order to attract businesses to the city. There is a plethora of partnership opportunities with educational institutions located in the city of Greensboro, the Guilford County Schools, businesses and other agencies. Though the County funds education for the most part, Moffett believes that partnerships with the public school, colleges and universities, and other educational agencies will help underscore the value of education and encourage those who attend college in Greensboro to remain in the city after graduation and render their talent on behalf of Greensboro citizens.

Safety and Morale:

The safety and morale of all citizens impact the spirit of the city. Every resident should expect equal protection under the law. Moffett is committed to improving relationships between residents of Greensboro and public safety servants including the police, sheriff, and fire department officials. She is a firm believer  that officers and people who protect the citizens of Greensboro should reflect the diversity of the  community. She plans to listen, learn and lead in enriching the relationships with  the community, and those who serve,  creating energy, imagination and a spirit of love in the city.

 Health Education & Wellness:

A vibrant community is a healthy community. Issues of poverty, and hunger impact the physical and mental well being of our great city.  Moffett believes concerns regarding physical health, as well as mental health and substance abuse can best be addressed by locking arms and working with the county and other agencies.  Moffett plans to think out of the box and create strategies that support the health and wellness of all citizens.


Bachelor of Arts Degree                         University of California at Berkley

Master of Divinity                                   San Francisco Theological Seminary

Doctor of Divinity                                   San Francisco Theological Seminary

Accomplishments and Awards:

  • “Bridge Builder Award” National Negro Business and Professional Women
  • “Service to Mankind” Award – Nat Greene Sertoma Club
  • “Clergy Appreciation” Award – Civitan Club
  • NAACP Life Time Silver Member Award
  • NAACP Parade Grand Marshall
  • University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey’s Outstanding Community Service Award
  • Cable Television Talk Show Host (TCT)
  • Harambee Community Development Center
  • New Jersey State Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs
  • Published Works

Book, Beyond Greens and Cornbread: Reflections of African American Christian Identity Judson Press

Sermon, Giving Birth is featured in Outstanding Black Sermons  Judson Press

Sermon Mustard Seed Faith published in Those Preachin’ Women, Volume 4, Judson Press Article, Call To Worship – Liturgy, Music, Preaching & The Arts

Presbyterian Association of Musicians

Sermon, A Fruitful Partnership, African American Pulpit Journal

Essays, Feasting on the Word Commentary series Westminster John Knox Press

  • Commencement Speaker – Early Middle College at Bennett
  • Guest Lecturer – North Carolina A & T State University
  • Guest Lecturer – Winston-Salem State University
  • Guest Lecturer – Drew University

Community Service Overview for Diane Moffett

Current Community Service:

Member Cone Health Board of Trustees

Board Member Cone Health Foundation

Member Board of Governors – Presbyterian Homes, Inc.

Member Greensboro Housing Our Community

Co-Chair Greensboro Faith Leader’s Council

2nd Vice President Pulpit Forum

Past Community Service:

Guilford County Schools Superintendent’s Transition Team

Member of Guilford County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council

Board Member Children’s Home Society

Current & Past Church Related Activities:

Salem Presbytery

Moderator of Salem Presbytery

Moderator of Salem Presbytery’s Executive Council

Chair of the General Assembly’s Climate for Change Task Force on “Cultural Proficiency”

Member of Salem Presbytery’s Adhoc Team formulating a response to the Greensboro Truth & Reconciliation Commission

Member of Salem Presbytery’s Rehobeth Minister’s Group

Member of Salem Presbytery’s General Council

Member of the Black Advisory Council of the Presbyterian Church USA

Member and past Vice President of the National Black Presbyterian Caucus

Presbyterian Church USA General Assembly

General Assembly Delegate

Chair, Climate for Change Task force

General Assembly Preacher

Advisor for Theological Seminary Delegates General Assembly

Vice President of the National Black Presbyterian Caucus

Workshop Presenter for:

Epworth United Methodist Center, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference

University of North Carolina Greensboro Equity & Diversity Conference

Winston-Salem State University Fall Lecture Series – The Black Church & Ethics in the 21st Century 

Presbyterian Church (USA) Evangelism Conference

Massanetta Springs Bible Conference

Fuller Theological Seminary Conference

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Urban Ministry Institute

Korean and African American Church Dialogue

San Francisco Theological Seminary – Adjunct Professor of Homiletics