Bryan V. Moore is a 1984 graduate of Randolph-Macon Academy. During his two years on The Hill he was on the student council, the swim team, managed the football team, and was deputy Corps Commander his senior year. After graduation, Bryan attended Radford University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications.
Bryan started his professional career in broadcasting, working at radio and television stations in Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia. After anchoring and reporting in television news for more than 15 years, and in public affairs for ElectriCities of North Carolina, an electric utility trade association, he joined Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) in 2006 as special events and marking manager. During that time he led all ship christening ceremonies and coordinated presidential visits of President Bush, President Obama. President Trump and President Biden. He also served on the shipyard’s crisis and emergency response team, and most recently supported COVID-19 communications and the set-up and opening of the shipyard’s vaccination center.
Today Bryan is the corporate director, Enterprise Communications, at Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), the parent company of NNS. In this position, Bryan is responsible for aligning communications efforts to help achieve the company’s strategic goals and tactical objectives and initiatives. He oversees the integration and execution of enterprise-wide communications, including corporate executive communications support, the HII News Bureau, all corporate internet, intranet and social media activities as well as communications involving the planning and execution of mergers and acquisitions.
He serves as president of the Alumni Association Board of Directors at Randolph-Macon Academy and is a former Board member of the Hampton Roads chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. He lives in Norfolk Virginia, close to the Virginia Beach home of his mother and father, Betty and Dave Moore, a 1953 graduate of RMA and former Board of Trustee.
- B.A., Communications-Radford University