Owner, Chief Strategist at Being Moore, LLC
2019 Women Of Influence Summit | Perfectly Imperfect Conflict
As we prepare for #Summit2019 we thought it would be fun for all you to get to know our speakers. So we've interviewed each one to share a little about them and what they are looking forward to at this years Women of Influence Summit! Read below to learn a little about Tammy Moore!
Tell us about your education and career path:
I have consumed education at every career and life turn - bachelor's degree, MBA, altMBA from Seth Goin U and a long list of webinars, conferences, and seminars.
What is the best part of your job?
I love people and all of our messy, complicated well-intentioned selves. I love social science and psychology, and that has suited my career in marketing and communications better than I (and my parents!) could have ever imagined.
What’s one thing people would be surprised to know about you?
I grew up on a farm and I really am a simple person at heart. I love working hard and seeing things grow.
What is your favorite family tradition?
I love my annual sisters' weekends (I have five sisters), which began around the time of my mom's death in 1990. We've never miss a year, and it continues to be the best time for current, and future, generations of family women to nurture, grow and celebrate life.
What would you name the autobiography of your life?
"Jesus take the wheel. Wait, take the whole car!"
What would you do (for a career) if you weren’t doing this?
I would host my own Food Network show, traveling the country eating great food, uncovering stories and sharing them with the world.
Where is the best place you’ve traveled to and why?
Turks and Caicos - 20+ friends, milestone birthdays and the bluest waters in the world.
What’s the best gift you’ve ever received?
The support from my husband to travel the world and to pursue my crazy dreams and adventures.
How has Next Monday been of value to you and your career?
With eyes wide open, I continue to learn just how hard it is to be vulnerable - the quest to show up even when I cannot predict the outcomes. It's uneasy and lovely all at the same time.
What is your favorite memory from past Summit events?
I showed up at the 2017 Summit a hot mess; ready to cry and run at the same time. It was then that I discovered a beautiful, thoughtful network of curious, intelligent and remarkable women on a journey. I joined an EPG, and I have not looked back.
What are you looking forward to at the 2019 Women of Influence Summit?
Honestly, conquering a milestone in speaking... and giving my heart and soul to others. I love what the Summit has given to me in previous years, and I hope that I can inspire this year's attendees and the overall experience. Let the sparks fly!