Ed Moy is the Chief Strategist for Fortress Gold Group, a leading provider of gold-backed IRAs. In that capacity, Ed provides the company with objective expert analysis of the markets for precious metals, as well as monetary and fiscal policy, traditional and digital currencies with an emphasis on U.S and global economies.
President George W. Bush appointed him 38th Director of the United States Mint (2006-2011); he served as Special Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel at the White House (2001-2006); as an officer of publicly-traded L&L Energy; as an executive with several health care companies; and as an adviser to a private equity firm. President George H.W. Bush appointed him to a senior leadership role in the oversight of Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Ed has been a director of both privately-held and publicly-traded companies and nonprofit organizations including Christianity Today International. He is a guest commentator on Fox Business Network, Bloomberg TV, and CNBC, and is frequently quoted in the national media. He earned his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin with majors in economics, international relations, and political science.
During his time with the second Bush administration, Ed helped start and manage the White House Christian Fellowship. He has continued to be involved with politics, most recently serving as a co-chair of the Romney campaign. Ed and his wife, Karen, have adopted two daughters from China.