Prior to co-founding Ewenstein & Young LLP, Ms. Young Moses was the Senior Vice President for Business and Legal Affairs at Oxygen Media.
In that capacity, Ms. Young Moses
provided legal analysis and advice to employees and management on all areas of corporate life, including copyright and trademark issues, employee benefits, board and investment matters and corporate policies.
drafted and negotiated a broad range of contracts, with a focus on complex intellectual property license agreements and many other agreements relating to the creation and distribution of television.
She also served as a corporate secretary and worked on Oxygen's diverse array of advocacy related projects.
Prior to her work at Oxygen Media, Ms. Young Moses was an associate at Debevoise & Plimpton in its general corporate, media and communications groups.
She also practiced in the intellectual property department on advisory and transactional assignments.
She was a founder of the firm's pro bono program serving micro-businesses and served on the firm's pro bono committee.
Ms. Young Moses is a graduate of Yale College (BA 1992) and Columbia University School of Law (J.D. 1996).
was the recipient of the 1996 Legal Aid Society-Community Law Division Pro Bono Award for founding a program to assist Harlem residents with housing and other issues faced by low-income communities.
Ms. Young Moses is a board member of the Sadie Nash Leadership Project and The New Press.
She has served as Secretary of the New York City Bar Association's Counsel on Children and is currently serving on the Grants Allocation Committee of the New York Women's Foundation and the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York's Government Relations Committee
Ms. Young Moses
is admitted to practice in New York.