Jessi Moore comes from a long line of print designers. Her great-grandmother was the founder of Clinton’s only newspaper, The Clinton News. Her grandfather was the owner and CEO of Art Craft Printers in Jackson, Mississippi. Ink is in her blood. Her diverse talents are displayed in everything from designing car wraps to painting town murals to creating banners for the neighborhood little league team. Moore graduated from high school a year early with a straight-A average and was on the Dean’s list every semester until graduating from college.
As the Program Director, Moore designs, and executes digital campaigns, branding materials, large-scale graphics & displays, and social media campaigns. She is a right-hand, a leader, a trainer, a computer technician, a graphic designer, and a website creator: an artist wearing many hats. Moore has 20+ years of creative and social media experience working with government and healthcare agencies. She has been contracting alongside BIAMS/USAMS for over 12 years, and now is happy to say she is a full-time dedicated employee. She works closely with the director on all internal and external communications and campaigns. She advocates in the community and provides resources to those in need. As a mother of two children with ADHD and a cousin of someone who grew up battling spinal deformities, she has a personal connection to those with neurological problems. She has a passion for the work and loves helping to make a difference.