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Adjunct Instructor of Physical Education & Athletic Coaching
Adjunct Faculty
The Millard and JJ Oakley School of Humanities, Education and the Arts
B.S., University of Arkansas
M.S., Pittsburg State University

In my career, Mr. Moore has had a combination of over 30 years in the education profession as a secondary health/wellness schoolteacher, a track collegiate coach, and college/university residence director. In each of these previous positions, he designed a highly competitive and conducive learning environment for diverse students’ skills and improved performance and leadership, focusing on life lessons like social/personal issues, dealing with pressure, setting goals, maintaining focus and motivation and more.

Mr. Moore has served as a cross country/track coach at several high schools/universities such as: Shorter University, Campbellsville University, Kentucky Wesleyan College, Columbus State University; and high schools such as The Arthur School for Young Men – New Orleans (Physical Science Teacher), Episcopal High School, St. John’s School, and Wentworth Military Academy and College. He has coached National Champions: Ayana Walker 400m ran 53.01, Justyna Mudy ran a 3K Steeple 10:12, Nick Dodson ran 400h 50.3, and Montagious Brown high jumped 2.13m/7’0”.

Mr. Moore holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training/Physical Education from the University of Arkansas, where he was engaged in several campus activities and was a scholarship student in its Track and Field program. Additionally, he has a Master of Science degree in Health Human Performance, Recreation and Wellness, from Pittsburg State University.

Personally, he enjoys family/friends time, active in racquet sports and running, and watching All Sports SEC and volunteering with Special Olympics and community mentoring. He is a native Houston – 5th Ward, Texas, and a R. E. Lee HS graduate.

In summary, my whole existence has been about diversity and inclusion, and I can think of no other way to successfully operate in our society.