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.