Charese Jordan Moore
Charese Jordan Moore joined Interfaith Worker Justice in 2004 "as director of the Faithful Citizenship Project, a voter registration and mobilization initiative that registered over 20,000 new voters. In her current role, she spearheads IWJ's strategic planning efforts, and develops a strategy to build IWJ's network. She also coordinates the work of the organizing, public policy, and communications departments. Formerly, Charese was chief-of-staff for Alderman Joe Moore in Chicago for nine years, served as director of business development in the health care industry, and worked as a private consultant in the areas of political campaign management, public and community relations, marketing, fundraising, special events, and strategic planning. She has a degree in Business Management from Mundelein College/Loyola University in Chicago. She also studied Communication Studies at Northwestern University." 
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- Charese Jordan Moore, Interfaith Worker Justice, accessed March 17, 2009.