Nonprofit Faculty

Andrew P. Moore
Center for Nonprofit Studies and Philanthropy

B.S. California State University
M.S. Troy State University
M.S. Philadelphia Biblical University

Andy comes to Gordon with over 30 years of business experience in the administration, management, finance and accounting areas. His experience includes time with Global Marine Drilling Co., with over four years living and working in the Netherlands and seven months in Scotland. Andy was a manager at Pritchard, Bieler, Gruver & Willison, P.C., a C.P.A. firm; CFO of the Regency Foundation, an affiliate of Philadelphia Biblical University; and Director of Administration and Finance at the Center for Urban Theological Studies in Philadelphia, PA.

His interest is in the development of young adults as they adjust to and face the realities and excitement of entering the workplace, the community and family life. He brings a practical understanding of the integration of the academic skill set, values and ethics, and life in the community.

Carol L. Powers
Adjunct Professor
Center for Nonprofit Studies and Philanthropy

Andrew Stuart
Assistant Professor
Economics and Business

B.A. Gordon College
M.B.A. University of New Hampshire

Andrew earned his B.A. in Accounting and Business Administration at Gordon College in 2001 and his M.B.A. from the Whittemore School of Business at the University of New Hampshire in 2009. He spent three years working in the audit division for PricewaterhouseCoopers, while also obtaining his C.P.A. license. After leaving public accounting, Andrew has spent the last seven years working in higher education, first as the Accounting Manager for the University System of New Hampshire and most recently as the Director of Budgeting and Financial Planning at Gordon.