Benjamin T. Moore, III
Provides theological and ecclesial vision and spiritual, institutional and administrative leadership in all matters pertaining to the institute. Focused on creating a cohesive community of faith, learning, formation and practice. Develops, creates and formulates ideas and concepts to bolster curriculum and learning experience.
Provide leadership to plan, organize and manage all of the activities related to the Records and Registration Department. Serves as the official authorized keeper of student records. Responsible for collecting, recording, maintaining and reporting of student records e.g., grades, registration data, transcripts and other associated audits.
Faculty positions include a combination of teaching and administrative duties. Facilitate student learning, provide effective instruction, and perform evaluations of student learning for all assigned classes. Participate in program level learning assessment including choosing and administering measures, evaluating student performance, and suggesting changes to improve student learning. Work within the faculty team and administration in developing program curriculum, standards, and policies. Assign grades to homework assignments.
Lisa M. Moore
Maintains congruency between the AMI’s board-approved mission statement and all academic activities. Acts as the academic leader of AMI, overseeing the academic advising and college counseling programs. Monitors student academic progress while coordinating the efforts of the academic affairs committee. Evaluates the faculty in the development and implementation of curriculum.
Alicia M. Clark
Promotes a customer-oriented service attitude and serves as the executive officer directly responsible for providing leadership and general management of accounting, budgeting & finances of the institute. Ensures compliance with professional accounting standards, rules, regulations, and laws by directing, supervising, and facilitating the preparation and maintenance of required & appropriate financial records and all other financial reporting as may be required by federal, state, local agencies, or established accounting standards. Prevents institutional liability in financial operations.