Sade Moore

Communications Associate

Sade is an entrepreneur, poet, advocate and multifaceted communicator for environmental justice groups.

She received her B.A. in mass communications/journalism from Norfolk State University, a historically Black university. During undergrad, she also studied Communication Arts abroad in Salaya, Thailand at Mahidol International College. At MUIC, she received the opportunity to create a documentary project titled “Re-crafting Life,” with Kannika Spp, a woman, and mentor, who used her crafting businesses to support and employ women after the 2011 flooding in Thailand.

Sade is passionate about working with frontline organizations in the field of justice. She’s excited to support BIPOC communities and leaders in the water world at the Water Hub. She has six years of experience providing communications, DEI planning and social media support for federal land management agencies, such as the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and nonprofits, such as, the Greening Youth Foundation and Georgia Mountains Children’s Forest Network.

In her free time, Sade enjoys traveling, family time, mindfulness activities, listening to Kaytranada & Frank Ocean albums, reading, and eating local sushi!