President HG Sports, President HG Diversity | Executive Coach
Tyreek joined the Handel team to lead the Sports Division. He has over 20 years of management and business experience in both public and private sectors. He supports sports industry professionals in maximizing potential by raising their personal integrity. Tyreek believes when everyone is holding themselves accountable, and an entire organization is in alignment, the results are profound and extraordinary.
As a coach with Handel Group Tyreek helps his clients acknowledge and leash the traits that are preventing them from attaining their goals. His experience and proficiency in business process engineering and project management make him a valuable resource to management team members looking to increase organizational efficiency while at the same time raising the integrity with which they operate.
Tyreek has been an entrepreneur and a trailblazer since 2006. His firms have provided resources to private, nonprofit and educational institutions. He has always been driven by a deep desire to help people live inspired and fulfilled lives.
Tyreek earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Boston University and his Master of Education degree from Harvard University. As a professor at Monroe College, he has taught courses in Entrepreneurship, Project Management, Principles of Management, Systems Analysis and Design, Social Media Marketing, Website Marketing and Implementation and Sports Management.
He believes happiness trumps all things in life. A positive perspective and dedication to embracing the journey more than the destination is paramount to achieving fulfillment.
On this special episode of #OpenDialogue on One37PM, life coach extraordinaire, Tyreek Moore, President of HG Diversity AND HG Sports, joins Omari White. Ty guides pro athletes, retired athletes, sports executives, CEOs, and more on a path to crush their goals and live true to their highest ideals for themselves. Tune in for lifestyle tips and advice!
“I have this awesome African American friend named Ty. He’s a really smart guy…went to Harvard. He is so well spoken. You all should meet him some day.” Completely lovely intro of me, right? Wait…why did he call me “African American?” Why didn’t he just call me a black man? Or just a friend? Why […]
Why You Need to Change the Stories You Are Telling Yourself to Master the Transition Out of Sport Rachel Boardman chats with former sportsman and business owner turned President of the Sports Division of the Handel Group, Tyreek Moore about his life after sports journey and how he’s helping athletes improve on and off the […]