Edmund Moy is a visionary, political leader, businessman, author, and public speaker.
He has been the director of the U.S. Mint
, an advisor to a president, director of the nation’s healthcare systems, key correspondent for various news agencies, and board member of public, private and non-profit boards.
His track record has been exemplary in both public and private sectors.
Director of the U.S. Mint
Perhaps one of Edmund Moy’s most notable accomplishments was during his tenure as the Director of the U.S. Mint from 2006 – 2011
. Under his guidance, the U.S. Mint, one of the largest coin and medal manufacturers in the world, experienced revenue growth of over 213%. Total revenue grew from $2.3 billion in 2006 to $4.97 billion in 2011, which was pushed primarily by his recognition of the growing importance of bullion coins.
The U.S. Mint’s bullion coin production grew from a total revenue of $536 million to $2.8 billion over five years – an increase of over 422%. Edmund saw the surging demand for bullion coins and was able to push bullion coin’s contribution to total revenue from 23% to 73% during his tenure.
Private Sector Achievements
Edmund Moy’s private sector achievements are also considerable and spread across a number of different industries. His initial focus was in healthcare, which is where he spent the first two decades of his career. Gradually, he began to build out his expertise in strategy and management consulting after a series of exceptional management.
Today, Moy continues to grow companies and organizations through his role in many advisory boards. During his time as Director of U.S. Mint, he became recognized as a visionary in financial markets, especially in regards to gold and precious metals.
Two Decades in Healthcare
His initial two decades started off in healthcare, where he was employed by Blue Cross Blue Shield for ten years. In the early years of his career, he was able to grow the insurance company to be the dominant insurer in the state of Wisconsin.
Shortly afterwards, he transferred his expertise to government, where he served as the Director for the Office of Managed Care – the federal agency that manages Medicaid and Medicare. Edmund was able to streamline the Medicare process and increase program enrollment, ultimately saving the government over $1 billion a year.
Strategy and Management Consulting
The Genesis Group was the first company that Edmund helped build from the ground up, and it was where he was able to prove his strong business acumen and management abilities. The Genesis Group was a consulting firm focused on strategy consulting, raising capital, and advice on mergers and acquisitions.
During this time, he was able to turnaround a $100 million managed care services company, raise $75 million for a nursing home buyout, and help grow a number of different startups. During this time, he leveraged his previous expertise in both the private and public sector to grow a number of startups.
Edmund’s management expertise gradually became more and more valuable and he became a presence on many advisory boards for public, private, and non-profit companies, which include organizations such as: L&L Energy, Axon Connected, Coin.co, Xactimed, Emerald Health Network Holdings, Christianity Today International and Tau Kappa Epsilon International Fraternity.
He also played a significant role in higher education, where he serves an advisory role for Seattle Pacific University and Trinity International University.
Edmund’s talent for management was tapped again by the US Government in 2001, where he served as a Special Assistant to President George H. W. Bush. During this time, he advised and helped the president staff some of the most senior government positions, including members of the Cabinet and independent government agencies. With Edmund’s assistance, the George H. W. Bush’s cabinet was one of the fastest staffed in history. Edmund helped form the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
TV Correspondent, Author, and Public Speaker
American financial media constantly features Edmund, where he serves as a contributor on economic policy with a focus on currency and precious metals. He has been featured on CBS, PBS, Fox News, CNBC, MSNBC, and Bloomberg TV.
He has also been quoted and published in much of written news in the US as well, appearing in publications such as Bloomberg, the Financial Times, New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, Thomson Reuters, and Dow Jones. Edmund is also a published author, where his first book, “American Gold and Platinum Eagles: A Guide to the U.S. Bullion Coin Program
” was completely sold out during its first run of printing.