Grant S. Moise ’93
Grant Moise ’93 is the publisher and president of The Dallas Morning News. In his role, Grant is responsible for leading one of the top ten newspapers in the country. The Dallas Morning News reaches more than 25 million people monthly via print and digital platforms.
Previously, Grant served as general manager of The Dallas Morning News and senior vice president of business development for A.H. Belo, a Dallas-based media company.
He managed mergers and acquisitions and oversaw integration of new companies into the company’s marketing solutions ecosystem – including The Dallas Morning News core assets, as well as six new businesses that were built or acquired during the past five years. Prior to that, Grant served as the vice president of digital for The Dallas Morning News, where he was responsible for the monetization of all digital assets. Over the course of Grant’s career, he has also worked for Tribune, CBS, and the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club.
Grant is proud of his days at Albuquerque Academy, where he worked for The Advocate and was on the yearbook staff. He was also a member of back-to-back state championship basketball teams in 1992 and 1993. His educational foundation at the Academy stimulated a career in an industry that seeks to provide a balanced view of news and opinion in an effort to strengthen local communities.
Grant is a graduate of the William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas. He also earned an M.B.A. from Texas Christian University.
Grant and his wife, Katie, have two daughters, Macy (13) and Lyle (12), and a son, Reid (9).