Kimberly D. Moses is currently employed at the University of Pittsburgh as its senior associate counsel for Health Sciences and Research. Professor Moses is responsible for the legal affairs of the University’s six health sciences schools and university-wide research. Prior to joining the University of Pittsburgh, Professor Moses worked at UPMC for 10 years as legal counsel to UPMC Children’s Hospital, UPMC Mercy Hospital, Children’s Community Pediatrics, and UPMC Behavioral Health Care. As a valued member of UPMC’s legal department, Professor Moses led the legal efforts that resulted in an international pediatric telemedicine center, the development and expansion of Children’s Express Care centers throughout the greater Pittsburgh area, and the development of strategic clinical partnerships to expand pediatric sub-specialty care throughout the United States. Before working at UPMC, Professor Moses was the director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs at Gateway Health Plan.
A native of Pittsburgh’s North Side, Professor Moses was educated in the Pittsburgh Public Schools. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Finance from Robert Morris University and graduated from Duquesne University School of Law in 1994. She has served as a tutor and mentor to dozens of law students, legal interns, new attorneys, and students pursuing careers in health care. Professor Moses is the co-vice chair of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Judicial Evaluation Commission, where she has served close to 10 years in an effort to educate the public about candidates seeking election to the appellate courts in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
In 2013, Professor Moses was chosen as one of the New Pittsburgh Courier’s Women of Excellence, and in 2015 she was recognized in the Inaugural Who’s Who in Black Pittsburgh, honoring outstanding UPMC leaders. She is an active member of the Pittsburgh Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., where she serves as the chapter’s lead teen advisor. With the responsibility of approximately 25 high school students, Professor Moses works with teens to meet Jack and Jill’s national STEAM programming requirements, as well as community service, leadership, financial literacy, and college readiness. Professor Moses resides in the Borough of Greentree with her husband of 24 years and their two teenage sons.