Meet the Board of Trustees
HOLLY MOORE(1986) Vice Chair
Holly Moore is the Vice President of Growing Leaders, a non-profit organization that creates events and resources to teach character, leadership and career skills to the emerging generation. She oversees operations, finance, marketing, sales, curriculum development and business development. As a member of the Growing Leaders Speaker Team she is a sought-after communicator on topics such as developing young leaders, creating a leadership culture, effective communication, team building, and generational diversity in the workplace. In addition, Holly is a Certified Practitioner for the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. She consults with individuals and groups to present psychological types and how they apply to relationships and team dynamics. Holly has a passion for developing young leaders around the world and has provided training throughout the United States as well Egypt, Brazil, Central African Republic, and Singapore.
Holly has over 12 years of executive experience with non-profit organizations. She served on the board of directors for a large children’s home serving troubled youth and later served as that organization’s Director of Communications. She was also the Vice President of Advancement for Mercy Ships, a global non-profit organization providing free medical care in developing nations. During her tenure with Mercy Ships, she spearheaded development efforts that helped to launch the world’s largest privately funded hospital ship serving some of the poorest countries in the world.
Prior to her non-profit work, Holly spent a decade as a health care industry executive in both clinical and business settings. Holly’s most recent corporate position was the Vice President of Infusion Therapy and Healthcare Products for a Fortune 500 pharmacy services company.
As a student at Oral Roberts University, she held the positions of Resident Advisor and Head Resident Advisor. After graduation, she served on an ORU-led medical missions team to Jamaica where they established a primary healthcare clinic in Kingston.