Research and Data Specialist
Grace Moore is a Research and Data Specialist at the Levin Center for Oversight and Democracy. She joined the Levin Center in September 2023 to take the lead in the creation and management of the Congressional Oversight Records Database, a project that combines her love of data science, content management, good governance, and oversight.
After receiving her BS in history from Northern Michigan University in 2020, Grace returned to her native Southeastern Michigan to attend Wayne State University, where she earned her Master’s in Library and Information Science, a Master of Arts in Public History, and an Archival Administration Graduate Certificate in 2023. Grace initially joined the Levin Center in May of 2021 as a research assistant to aid in the creation of a database of Congressional oversight reports.
In her free time, Grace enjoys reading, spending time with her family, and traveling with her husband.
BS History, Northern Michigan University
MA Public History, Wayne State University
Master of Library and Information Science, Wayne State University
Archival Administration Graduate Certificate, Wayne State University