Bobby Moy has been working with chess teams for the last seven years. He currently teaches chess in elementary and intermediate schools. 
He attended Brooklyn Tech HS where he developed his love for chess. He was part of an elite team that finished top three in the city each year. 
After he graduated, he continued to coach the team to an eventual 2000 City Championship. At Baruch College, he became chess club president 
in 2001 and within 2 years, Baruch was ready to make its mark on the Pan-Am College Championships. He finished Top 10 in the 2004 
Pan-American College Championships. He has beaten GMs and IMs in simuls, and numerous GMs at blitz. He was an Industrial Organizational 
Psychology major at Baruch and is currently enrolled in the School of Public Affairs. Aside from chess, he has worked as a political organizer on 
presidential campaigns, mayoral races, and other political races.