Press Release: Jodie Moore – Community | Charities | Nonprofit – Stanford Who’s Who Certified
Jodie Moore Joins The Global Community Of Stanford Who’s Who CANBERRA, ACT, AUSTRALIA, October 24, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who / — An accomplished nonprofit organization executive with well over two decades of diverse professional experience, Jodie Moore  has enjoyed an enormously successful career filled with several significant accomplishments, leading to her inclusion in the exclusive network of premier professionals with Stanford Who’s Who. Throughout her brilliant professional career, Jodie has routinely exhibited the passion, vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be mentioned among the elite. Drawing upon her wealth of knowledge in the field, Jodie currently serves as Executive Manager of Children’s Services with YMCA of Canberra, which is a community based nonprofit organization that has been serving the Canberra community for over 70 years. A member association of the National YMCA of Australia, the organization works closely with other YMCA chapters throughout Australia in order to provide programs and services to people of all ages. Exercising her outstanding leadership abilities, Jodie is responsible for managing a variety of programs and services aimed at providing assistance to children in the community. Despite gathering a considerable amount of her expertise through her professional experience, she also earned a Bachelor of Education degree in Early Childhood Education from Charles Sturt University. Further demonstrating her dedication to the children of Australia, Jodie is a member of the National AfterSchool Association. To visit the YMCA of Canberra website click here  To view more information on Jodie Moore click here  Browse the Stanford Who’s Who Business Social Network 
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