With over 30 years of combined writing and public speaking experience in marketing, community service, workshop facilitating, special event coordination and public relations, Kym Gordon Moore believes in educating and education by building bridges of dialogue, compassion, understanding, and unity in the community.
As a writer, her compositions contain realistic information and inspirational messages to encourage, exhort and edify others. She wants her oral and written words to resonate with life, positivity, creativity, and upward mobility, with actionable results. It is important to relay hope, and goodwill in a functional, sincere and innovative way.
Kym’s objective is to foster greater awareness in the fight against illiteracy and aliteracy, by introducing elements of poetic diversity and education among children and adults. Her mission is to employ her platform of poetry by building bridges of under-
"No one can see your visions and dreams as clearly as you can. Purpose is the key to creation manifested through vision."
–Kym Gordon Moore, MBA
standing, and unity within our definition of humanity in literary art. She mentors young and aspiring poets by identifying commonalities in their personal stories while exposing them to diverse opportunities that transform their experiences into creative development.
"As we look at our lives, we have a moral obligation to think about the type of legacy we will leave for the next generation, through education, encouragement, having healthy dialogue and empowerment," states Kym.
Community outreach is part of her DNA. She echoes the words of Dr. Maya Angelou's quote, "I've learned that you shouldn't go through life with a catcher's mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back." Many everyday people are committed to serving their community by making a difference even when they are not financially wealthy or hold a celebrity status.
Become a participator of life and a messenger of hope, instead of being a spectator of slothfulness. Regardless of your race, denomination, educational background or socioeconomic status, find your purpose, cultivate that purpose and serve it well.