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TCC’s Moore among “Powerful and Influential” award honorees

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (March 25, 2014) – A Tallahassee Community College vice president is among the recipients of a distinguished award from the Florida Diversity Council.

Kimberly A. Moore, who leads TCC’s Division of Workforce Development, was selected to receive a 2014 Florida Most Powerful and Influential Women Award at the FLDC’s upcoming Florida Diversity and Leadership Conference.

“I am absolutely humbled to have been selected for this statewide recognition,” Moore said. “I consider it a personal privilege to serve my community and give back in a way that encourages others to do the same.”

Moore will be formally recognized as one of the winners of the award at the conference’s Most Powerful and Influential Woman Awards Breakfast on April 3 at the Rosen Plaza Orlando.

The FLDC grants the Florida Most Powerful and Influential Women Award to women who are excellent leaders in the public or private sector. Winners of the award exhibit a sustained record of accomplishments and contributions to their fields of work, demonstrate leadership and commitment to their communities, and aspire to the highest ethical standards and professional excellence within their vocations, according to FLDC coordinator Sammy Wann.

Moore fits that description, said TCC President Jim Murdaugh. “Kimberly Moore is an outstanding choice to receive this great honor. She exemplifies the level of leadership, commitment to ethics and passion for her job that we admire in all employees of the college.”

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