Jenifer Moore is a grant-writer, program creator and public relations professional who works tirelessly to bring resources for the benefits of the communities she works with. Jenifer has spent the past 15 years working to help the Yorktown Public Library become the community resource first envisioned when her mother and grandmother started a volunteer ran two-room library more than two decades ago.
Jenifer has brought in funds and contributions from local community organizations and businesses. She has also secured funds from world-wide funding sources into her community. She works hard because she believes that access to quality programs should be available to all.
Jenifer brings her experience and passion to her new role as the Executive Director of the Delaware County Prevention Council.
Jenifer is a Muncie native graduating from Yorktown High School and Ball State University. Her education background in psychology, social work, adult education and executive development provide the foundation for professional passions.
Jenifer enjoys spending time with her husband, Jason Moore, of 24 years and her three daughters attending their multitude of activities. Her oldest daughter Isabel is currently finishing up her sophomore year at Ball State University where she is studying elementary education. Twin daughters, Ella and Grace are eleven years old and will be in 5th grade next year at Yorktown Elementary School. She reads avidly sharing her passion with her family and her community as a book club leader. She also looks forward to each and every fall when she and her family coach a baseball team of special needs athletes for the Yorktown Challenge League. Her whole family is committed to the sport of softball and she finds this opportunity a great way to give back to kids and families who otherwise might get to experience her and her daughters’ favorite game.