Our partners are changing lives and 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.

Nonprofits are essential to an enriched society. With over a decade in the nonprofit industry, Amanda J. Moore, MSM, MBA, is experienced in philanthropy, volunteer engagement, community outreach, and project management. Supporting organizations spanning in scope and size, she is dedicated to strengthening these valuable institutions.

Prior to CCS, Amanda supported the world’s largest international non-governmental organization specializing in family-based care, SOS Children’s Villages, by activating USA-based community and corporate donors. Amanda also served as an AmeriCorps Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA), leveraging local service organizations and community leaders to develop a premier neighboring program in the NW/NE corridor of Washington, DC. She has additional professional experience supporting: The International Rescue Committee; Habitat for Humanity of Howard County; American University’s Washington Semester Program; The U.S. Campaign for Burma; and Engage Globally.

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

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  • 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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