Before taking the helm as CEO, Mosley served as Pillsbury
United Communities’ chief innovation officer and chief of
staff. Mosley has been a fervent advocate for children and
families, and served as a commissioner for Civil Rights with
the City of Minneapolis.
Recently Mosley and Pillsbury United raised $6.3 million
dollars to open
Market – a new kind of grocery store – a unique non-profit
social enterprise uniting three elements of community health
in one place: nutritious food, health care services, and
community wellness events and education.
He attended the University of Minnesota and the University
of Michigan's Executive Leadership Institute. In 2014,
Mosley was an American Express Leadership Fellow. He sits on
the CEO Council for the Alliance of Strong Families and
Communities, the Itasca Project, the University of
Minnesota’s Masonic Cancer Community Advisory Board.
in this community have to find ways to support each
other, that is why we’ve invited a cross-section of
community to hear Mr. Mosley speak and we believe some of
the things he is doing can translate very well to this
community,” according to this author, director of the
African American Legacy Project.
Mosley will speak 6:30pm, Monday, July 15, 2019 at Jerusalem
Baptist Church 445 Dorr Street.
The event Is free and open to the public.