W. Moon has a strong background in management, having worked for several Fortune 500
engineering companies prior to founding E.W. Moon, Inc. in 1985. He was appointed to the
Board of Directors with Woodard & Curran in April 2002. Woodard & Curran is an
environmental consulting firm which integrates services in engineering, science, and
operations for clients in the public and private sectors. Concentrated in the Eastern
United States, the privately owned firm has 450 employees, and offices in Connecticut,
Florida, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. Founded in 1979, Woodard &
Curran ranked #128 on Engineering News Record (ENR's) list of nation's top environmental
firms by 1997. Today the firm ranks #79.
W. Moon has received several honors, awards and commendations in recognition of his
political, community, and philanthropic endeavors; including resolutions from the
California State Assembly, California State Senate and the Los Angeles City Council. He
has founded several organizations; including the Orange Drive Neighborhood Watch
Club (aimed at combating area crime) and held the office of president with the
Wilshire District Coordinating Council. He sits on several boards: the American Public
Transit Association (APTA), the board of Transportation Business Advisory Council of the
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) of Los Angeles County.
Since 1983, he has and currently serves on several prestigious boards:
Received the MBI-Minority in Business Entrepreneurial Spirit Award in 2004
at the 9th Annual Multicultural Prism Award Gala
by the Minority in Business Magazine, Inc.
Business Entrepreneur Award Recognition in February 28, 2003 by the Torrance
Area Chamber of Commerce in California.
in November 2003 by the Governor of California, to the Board of Directors of
the Mount San Jacinto Winter Park Authority.
September 2002 by the Mayor of Los Angeles, to the West Los Angeles Area Planning Commission.
December 1999 by the Governor of California, to the Workforce Investment Act Board. The Board
works with the California Employment Development Department to create job-training
programs for local communities.
Appointed in August
1997 by the President of the United States, to the Advisory Committee on Homeland Security. This
committee examined physical and electronic cyber threats vital to U.S.
Infrastructure (telecommunications, energy, banking and finance, transportation, emergency
February 1995 by the President of the United States, to serve on the Board of Directors
for the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco.
Appointed in 1983 to 1987 by
the Mayor of Los Angeles, to serve as
Commissioner on the Los Angeles City Board of Building and Safety.