Michelle Moore is a senior communications professional with 14 years of diversified marketing and communications experience delivering high-impact solutions that support the organization’s core mission and vision. Throughout her career, she has demonstrated success in developing comprehensive campaign strategies to leverage external relationships, increase brand exposure, and achieve overarching business objectives.
As Communications Director for the ACLU of Louisiana, Michelle is charged with being an advocate for positive change in the civil rights and civil liberties landscape, as well as growing the organization’s political power to energize the fight for civil liberties and protect hard-won victories. Most recently serving as Senior Director of External Communications for The National WWII Museum, Michelle developed and executed strategic communications plans that incorporated publications, earned media, and digital content to maximize the Museum’s visibility, visitation, and financial support. In January 2020, she received the Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International Public Relations “Best of Show” award for increasing the Museum’s publicity by securing more than 1.3 billion global media impressions for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Prior to joining the Museum, Michelle worked as a publicist for various organizations, including Atlantic Records in New York City and public relations agency Deveney Communications in New Orleans. She also served as Live Events Manager for the Essence Music Festival for three years.
Michelle earned a BA from Loyola University New Orleans where she majored in communications.