In April 2017, it was announced that Moore was named CEO of the Robin Hood Foundation, a non-profit organization that seeks to alleviate the problems caused by poverty in New York City. Robin Hood was founded in 1988 by Paul Tudor Jones, director of the hedge fund, and was founded in collaboration with Peter Borish and Glenn Dubin. [18] [19] [20] [21] Future City is a series on Baltimore`s WYPR station. In this talk show, Wes Moore looks at systemic problems in Baltimore. It`s easy to talk about what`s wrong with Baltimore. The challenge is to talk about what`s next. In each episode, Wes looks at brilliant ideas that work in other cities. And he asks the question: Can these ideas work for Baltimore? [11] All the Difference is a documentary that attempts to understand why many black people struggle to change in higher education and what can be done about it. The program was filmed over a five-year period and tells the stories of two young boys and their efforts to avoid the pitfalls of adulthood in chicago`s low-income, high-risk communities and to pursue their paths in higher education. The film is made in collaboration with PBS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The work offers a story of goal and passion through the work that a person does. This book traces Moore`s experiences around the world that led him to find his passion.

In addition, it tells the stories of a dozen other “change makers” and how they found their ways to do so. [9] Moore is a short stories writer for such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, The Baltimore Sun, The New York Times and many other publications. Moore has appeared regularly in various MSNBC programs, including Hardball with Chris Matthews, Now with Alex Wagner, The Rachel Maddow Show, PoliticsNation, Meet The Press[13] and Morning Joe[14] He has also been part of several notable programs, including Face the Nation, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,[15] The Col Reportbert[16] and Real Time with Bill Maher[17] Moore is a staunch advocate. He has collaborated with several veterans` groups, including Iraq Afghanistan Veterans of America and Things We Read, and is a member of the VFW. Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). When he was four years old, Moore witnessed his father`s death. When his father died, Moore`s mother took him and his two sisters to live with his grandparents in the Bronx, New York. Her grandmother, Winell Thomas, was a retired schoolteacher. His grandfather, Father James Thomas, was the first black priest in the history of the Dutch Reformed Church.

[6] Coming Back with Wes Moore, a serial leader of author and former Army combat veteran Wes Moore, aired in three parts starting May 13, 2014, consecutive Tuesdays on PBS. The three-episode series tells the story of Wes Moore`s search for answers to some of the most difficult questions related to the return of war.