The Hon. Ruby G. Moy
APIACU President & CEO
The Honorable Ruby G. Moy was appointed by the President in 1997 as Director of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Until early 2001, Ms. Moy was in charge of the day-to-day operations of the $8.9 million Commission. Ms. Moy served from 1993 to 1997 as the Executive Assistant to the Director of the White House Office of Public Liaison.
In this capacity, Ms. Moy was involved in constituency outreach programs and official White House events. She also served as Chief of Staff to senior Congressman Frank Horton (R-NY) from 1973 to 1992. She was responsible for managing his Washington and district offices, overseeing a budget of $1 million, representing the Congressman in meetings with key Hill members, advising on policy programs, developing legislation, and serving as liaison to members, staff, committees, and constituents. She also helped spearhead legislation to designate May the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
She is a member of the House Administrative Assistants Alumni Association. She was elected as Vice Chair on the D.C. Commission for Women, and also serves as a Commissioner on the D.C. Commission for National and Community Service and as a Board Member of the D.C. Police Standards and Training Board. Ms. Moy is also Senior Advisor to the U.S. – Asia Foundation. She was a recipient of the District of Columbia’s Mayor’s Community Service Award 2002.
Ms. Moy attended George Washington University.