Gregory Moore has 40 years experience in print and digital news operations. He was Editor of The Denver Post for 14 years during which time The Post won four consecutive Pulitzer Prizes, including for coverage of the Aurora Theater Shootings. Before joining the Post, he was managing editor of the Boston Globe, where over a 16 – year career he supervised coverage of numerous important stories, including Nelson Mandela’s visit to Boston, the Charles Stuart murder story that rocked the city and played a key role in launching the Spotlight investigation into the Catholic Church.
He has served on the Pulitzer Prize Board and currently is a trustee of the University of Denver. He is also on the boards of the Boettcher Foundation and Polaris, which is dedicated to eradicating human trafficking. In 2012, he received the Benjamin C. Bradlee Editor of the Year Award from the National Press Foundation. He most recently taught journalism at the University of Colorado.
In 2018 Greg was inducted into the Denver Press Club Hall of Fame.