Nancy (Nan) Moore holds a BS degree from Miami of Ohio. Her career began as a secondary special education teacher in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1975, she joined the sales team at IBM and was one of the first women hired in that position. She went on to work for International Paper and ATT.
Volunteering is something Nan has always done for 30 years. She has volunteered and worked for Guardian Ad Litem (court appointed advocates for abused children), The Foster and Adoption Coalition, The Women’s Exchange and the Jr. League of St. Louis.
After moving to Naples, Nan began volunteering at the Shelter for Abused Women and Children and continues there. Her mother, Beth Moore, along with a group of visionaries founded the Shelter in 1988. Nan also volunteers at Fresh Start, a program that launched from the Shelter for Abused Women and Children to help women with grant money to begin a new life once they have left the abusive relationship.
Since 2016, Nan has been a passionate Collier Resource Center (CRC) volunteer. She has held many volunteer positions in the organization and now serves on the Community Outreach Committee. In this role, she interfaces with Collier County nonprofits to keep them updated and informed about CRC. Additionally, she represents CRC on several community committees, which continues to inform others about what CRC offers.