Below are some highlighted projects.
Please, find full CV: HERE.
Instant Think Tank
Open Source Ideas for Businesses to Survive, and even Thrive in COVID-19
I was honored and grateful to be asked to be a part of and report regarding Ideas for Business to Survive, and even Thrive in COVID-19. This was an innovative project between InsightFarm – an Oregon consumer insight consulting group led by Kelley Styring and PRiority – a public relations firm out of St. Louis led by Sandi Straetker.
The Instant Think Tank considered three essential questions: •Adapt—What can be done now to survive?•Evolve—What can be done in the near-term as businesses re-open to the public?•Accelerate—What can be learned from this experience to emerge better and stronger in the future? We applied these essential questions to four industries: • Restaurants • Retail • Hotels • Office Work
One of the best things that has happened during the COVID-19 crisis is the way people have come together to help each other. In the business world, companies small and large are yearning for ideas, for a path forward from this worldwide shutdown. What better way to help than to gather 25 strong thought leaders (representing a broad array of industries and possessing more than 500 years of collective experience) in order to build an open-source idea bank of ways to survive—and even thrive—as we come out of COVID-19 lockdown?
Higher Education – National
Arizona State University – ASU REMOTE Summit 2021 Summer Professional Development Certificate (sessions completed; pending processing)
The 2021 Summit was a place for educators and decision makers from global universities and colleges to view and engage with presenters and peers on pedagogy, blended learning and best practices for student engagement online or on campus…. [helping] to design & deliver the best possible experience and outcomes for teachers and learners and provides keen insights for those involved in supporting education (see REMOTE site).
Since 2019, Ben Moll has been Board-Member-at-Large, Sponsorship Lead, for the Pacific Northwest Association for Institutional Research and Planning (PNAIRP).
PNAIRP is an international association for institutional researchers and planners. Membership includes practitioners from state, provincial and territorial agencies from Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Yukon.
Since 2019, Ben Moll has been a Board Member serving The Association for Higher Education Effectiveness (AHEE).
AHEE is a network of higher education professionals who lead or staff offices that intentionally integrate multiple functions (strategic planning, institutional research, assessment, accreditation, program review) to promote and support evidence-based planning and improvement.
Local Board Service
Board Member, Chief Strategy Officer: Feed the Mass, Portland, Oregon
January 2020 – Present
Empowering the community, Feed the Mass is the first and only non-profit cooking education organization with a goal of bringing people together, promoting healthy eating, inclusion and empowerment. https://www.feedthemass.org/
Local Strategic Partership
Emerging strategic planning and data analysis partnership, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
2019 – Present
Emerging partnership and strategic planning and data analysis service to Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon. With roots from 1917, EMO was founded in 1974 and is one of the longest established ecumenical organizations in the United States – committed to learn, serve and advocate for justice, peace and the integrity of creation. https://emoregon.org/
National Executive and Board Service
Board Member & Vice President (pending 2020-2021), Association for Higher Education Effectiveness
2019 – Present
The Association for Higher Education Effectiveness, a network of higher education professionals who lead or staff offices that intentionally integrate multiple functions (strategic planning, institutional research, assessment, accreditation, program review) to promote and support evidence-based planning and improvement.
International Board Service
Board Member at Large, Pacific Northwest Association of Institutional Research and Planning
2019 – Present
PNAIRP is an international association for institutional researchers and planners including practitioners from public and private two-year and four-year post-secondary institutions, and state, provincial and territorial agencies from Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Yukon and beyond.