Moy Eng

Moy Eng was born in New Jersey and received her M.A. Moy Eng was born in New Jersey and received her M.A. in Arts Administration at New York University. She then began her professional career as a fundraiser for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, where she worked closely with its legendary founder, and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s. She was a grant-maker in foundations with assets ranging from $100 million to $9 trillion, including the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. As she describes it, her “day job” has earned her honors from the California Arts Council as well as the World Affairs Council. She was a grant maker in foundations whose assets ranged from $100 million to $9 billion, including the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Eng’s accomplishment is even more remarkable when you consider that Eng only began writing 15 years ago, despite her “always having an affinity” for literature. Eng has written over 500 poems since then, choosing the right genre to convey her thoughts. She says, “I trust myself with the process to capture a memory or a smell or an experience – there is something powerful that unfolds.” She has a deep affinity for music. She says, “I’ve never stopped singing,” and that it’s part my earliest memories since I was 4, or 5. It’s been part of my life since childhood, just like breathing. Despite her classical voice training, she has only performed on the stage a few times. This explains why many people are now hearing her. She is a star in the world of grant-making and philanthropy, having more than 30 years’ experience in supporting projects in the arts, gender equality, and human right. from

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