Dr. Antoinette Moyer is a research associate with the Eppley Institute, one of seven research centers located at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University.
Dr. Moyer has had over 20 years of professional experience in the leisure services field in various public, nonprofit, and commercial organizations. Prior to her position with Eppley, she focused on project management and grants administration as a Regional Consultant for Recreation Resources Services at NC State University.
Professional development and networking have been two hallmarks of Dr. Moyer’s career, maintaining active participation and certifications within her state and national professional associations. She has been a certified visitor for NRPA’s Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) for 15 years. She is excited to bring her varied expertise and passion for facilitating excellence in public sector to Eppley. She thinks that her position with the Eppley Institute will give her the opportunity to continue her contribution to parks and recreation profession and continue to establish/enhance relationships across the US and nationwide.
As the mother of two young school-aged children, Dr. Moyer spends a lot of time expanding their horizons. They travel a lot throughout the country, exploring mountains and beaches, rural and urban areas, and different cultures.
Moyer holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management with emphasis in Sports Management and a minor in Business Management from North Carolina State University, a Master’s in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management from North Carolina State University, a Master of Philosophy in Public Policy and Administration from Walden University, and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Public Policy and Administration with emphasis on Leadership and Nonprofit Management from Walden University.