Our partners are changing lives and the shaping the future of their communities. While they realize their essential missions, CCS is here to be an ally in the work. Let’s elevate the cause together.

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Amanda J. Moore, MSM/MBA, CFRE, is a CCS Vice President serving the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic team since 2017. With over a decade in the nonprofit industry, Amanda provides client partners with philanthropic counsel, particularly in the areas capital campaign management, feasibility and assessment studies, volunteer engagement, and community outreach.

Prior to CCS, Amanda was Manager of Corporate Partnerships at SOS Children’s Villages, Employment Specialist at International Rescue Committee’s Silver Spring resettlement center and served as an AmeriCorps Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA) for HandsOn Greater DC Cares. She has additional professional experience with American University’s Washington Semester Program, The US Campaign for Burma, Engage Globally, and Habitat for Humanity of Howard County. She is member of the Board of Trustees of Maryland Art Place in Baltimore.

Amanda was a Rouse Scholar at Howard County Community College before receiving a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from American University. In 2016, she completed a dual master’s degree in business administration and management science with a focus in nonprofit and association management, for which she was inducted in the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi at University of Maryland, Global Campus.

Originally born in Pensacola, Florida, Amanda now resides in the Baltimore-Washington D.C. area with her family. As of May 2021, she is a proud mother of twin girls, Emma and Maya.

select client partners

  • UNCF (United Negro College Fund), Washington, DC
  • Mercy Health Services, Baltimore, Maryland
  • Roland Park Country School, Baltimore, Maryland
  • Oakwood School, Annandale, Virginia

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