Edmund Moy, former Mint Director for the United States was the featured speaker at the C3 Leaders Focused on Calling Luncheon on August 20, 2013. Edmund Moy served two U.S. Presidents in various roles and was then appointed to lead the U.S. Mint under both former President Bush and President Obama.
C3 Leaders helps leaders walk in their calling and this luncheon was a first in the series to highlight how God places leaders, uses them, and encourages them.
President George W. Bush appointed Edmund C. Moy to the position of Director of the United States Mint in 2006. Director Moy was officially sworn into his five year term on September 5, 2006.
The Mint Director serves as chief officer of the United States Mint and operates under the directions of the Secretary of the Treasury, currently Henry M. Paulson, Jr.
As the 38th Director of the Mint with a term ending in 2011, Moy is in charge of the world’s largest organization that manufacturer coins and medals. (Although the term of Mint Director was not initially set, the Act of Feb. 12, 1873, established a five year term without reappointment restrictions.)
Moy’s responsibilities are significant when it comes to money production. In FY 2005, the United States Mint manufactured more than 15 billion circulating coins, and generated revenue of $1.77 billion that contributed $775 million in earnings to the United States Treasury. In FY 2006, it produced 16.2 billion coins for circulation and contributed another $750 million to the Treasury.
Moy’s Biography: Career prior to the Mint
According to the U.S. Mint website, prior to becoming Director, Mr. Moy was Special Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel at the White House.