Theresa Moore - Founder and President
Theresa is President of T-Time Productions. Founded in 2006, T-Time develops and produces unique programming and content for various media platforms including television, film, online, mobile and tablets and also provides consulting and production services. With Moore as the Executive Producer, Producer, Director and co-writer, T- Time produced “Third and Long” (www.thirdandlong.tv), a ground-breaking documentary that examines the history of African Americans in pro football and premiered on CBS in December 2011.
“Third and Long” also aired on the CBS Sports Network and the NFL Network and has been developed into digital educational curricula in the form of an interactive app for students. T-Time is currently producing a portfolio of similar sports-themed digital apps/content for educational use and distribution on a national basis. Moore is also in development on “Comeback”, a documentary which explores the life, career and tragic death of beloved Red Sox player Tony Conigliaro.
Also in development at T-Time is “The President’s Kitchen Cabinet,” which explores the history of Black presidential chefs; “Tuskegee” about the unethical medical experiments conducted on Black men in the United States for four decades; and two mobile apps.
Past projects include “License to Thrive,” a Ford Foundation-supported multi-media educational project that celebrated the 35th anniversary of Title IX and premiered on the ESPN networks in March 2008. Moore’s work has been featured on “Good Morning America,” the NFL Network’s “Total Access,” Madison Square Garden (MSG) Network and WWLTV in New Orleans as well as in The New York Post, the Philadelphia Tribune and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
In addition to T-Time, Theresa works at the Highlander Institute as their Director of Equity and External Relations where she focuses on issues of diversity, culturally relevant teaching/curriculum and equity in students' educational experiences and opportunities. Moore is also a professor at Providence College, teaching in their MBA, Masters of Urban Education and School of Continuing Education programs.
Prior to T-Time, Moore was an executive at ESPN with responsibilities that included television advertising sales and business affairs for the company’s new media programming including fantasy leagues, the NCAA Tournament Challenge, the NFL Draft, ESPN Mobile and video content from various leagues. While at ESPN, Moore also created programming for the network including “The Block Party” which was hosted by Mos Def in its inaugural season and aired for three seasons and “Images in Black and White,” a documentary that aired on ESPN in February 2005 as a component of the network’s Black History Month schedule.
Moore previously worked at The Coca-Cola Company where she developed and executed strategic marketing, operational and promotional plans for some of the world’s premiere sports properties including the Olympic Games, the NBA, NASCAR and the FIFA World Cup.