Moy Eng began her career in New York City, fundraising with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, and has worked for over three decades as a senior executive and grantmaker in arts and culture, renewable energy policy, and international and US human rights. At the center of her life is art, supporting artists and making artwork as a poet, songwriter and vocalist.
By day, Moy currently leads Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST), a new nonprofit social enterprise developing long-term solutions to create affordable workspace for the arts in San Francisco, Oakland and other cities. Launched in 2013, CAST has purchased and opened two arts buildings in central San Francisco, attracted exceptional support from philanthropic, private and public sectors, and been cited as a model by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and by cultural leaders in Austin, New York, Seattle, Sydney, and London. Moy was honored in 2018 by the World Affairs Council as a social entrepreneur “who will shape our tomorrow”.
By night, she is producing her first recording of original songs with co-writer and four‐time Grammy-nominated composer, Wayne Wallace. This recording entitled the blue hour is planned for release in summer 2019.