TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (July 1, 2013) – Tallahassee Community College’s
Kimberly Moore, vice president for
Workforce Development, was recently appointed
to the Board of Trustees for Florida A&M University by the Board of
Governors for the State University System. Moore’s appointment is subject to
confirmation by the Florida Senate and is for a term ending in January 2018.
Moore became TCC’s vice president for Workforce Development in
March of this year. Prior to joining TCC, she worked with WORKFORCE plus, serving
as CEO from 2005 to 2013.
Moore’s experience has been shaped by serving on the boards of
numerous community organizations, including the Leon County Economic
Development Council, the United Way of the Big Bend, the Wakulla Chamber of
Commerce and the FAMU Small Business Advisory Council. Moore’s
community-oriented service has earned her many awards and recognitions,
including the Martin Luther King, Jr. Distinguished Leader “Living the Dream”
Award in 2010 and Workforce Florida, Inc.’s Exemplary Partnership Award in
Moore is a TCC graduate and holds a bachelor’s degree in
criminology from Florida State University and an MBA in business administration
from Webster University.