Trise Moore has designed and implemented community outreach and family engagement frameworks for districts and non-profit organizations throughout the U.S. She was selected as Education Week’s 2017 Leader to Learn From, for her outstanding leadership in the field of family engagement and was acknowledged as an emerging leader by the Harvard Family Research Project for her district level work establishing effective, collaborative district wide family and community partnership structures. She offers training, coaching and technical assistance on the four equity recommendations and leadership practices to district’s and community-based organizations.
For the past twenty-years, Trise Moore has designed and implemented community outreach and family engagement frameworks for districts, schools and non-profit organizations throughout the U.S. In 2017 she received the Education Week 2017 "Leaders' to Learn From" National award, for outstanding leadership in the area of family and community partnerships, in one of the most diverse school districts in the country. She was selected by the Harvard Family Research Project, as one of six emerging leaders in the field of family and community partnerships and she continues to work with educators, advocates and community partners, to establish and strengthen culturally responsive partnerships for equity and student achievement.