Trise Moore

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Trise Moore has designed and implemented community outreach and family engagement frameworks for districts and non-profit organizations throughout the U.S. She has served on education advisory boards for the Governor and presently serves on Children and Youth Advisory Board for the King County Council, which represents one of the most diverse region in the U.S.

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Trise Moore

Trise Moore received Education Week’s 2017 National award for outstanding leadership in the area of family engagement and was identified as one of six “Emerging National Leaders” in the field of Family Engagement, by Harvard’s Family Research Project. She has designed and implemented community outreach and family engagement frameworks for districts and non-profit organizations throughout the U.S.

She has served on education advisory boards for the Governor and presently serves on Children and Youth Advisory Board for the King County Council, which represents one of the most diverse region in the U.S. In 2010 she was titled one of North West’s Courageous Women of Power in Education, by the North West Asian Weekly Foundation. She’s taught on both the K-12 and higher ed levels and presently serves as a Director of Equity and Family Engagement for one of the most diverse district’s in the state of Washington. She has a Master’s degree in Program Management from City University and is presently working on her Doctoral degree in Educational leadership at City University of Seattle.

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