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  Moore, Brian P.
NameBrian P. Moore
Spring Hill, Florida , United States
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Born June 08, 1943 (78 years)
ContributorJoshua L.
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Feb 15, 2016 06:08pm
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InfoBrian was one of seven children, four girls and three boys, of an Irish-Catholic family. He grew up in Oakland, California, and attended Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento, California. His father and both grandfathers were life-long employees of the Southern Pacific Railroad, mostly in northern California. Brian's father, Nicholas "Nick" Moore, worked 44 years for the SP railroad in railroad car maintenance becoming the youngest foreman, general foreman and master car repairer in mechanical maintenance. "Big Nick" was responsible, in 1960, for the "on time" campaign train of then presidential candidate John F. Kennedy, as the candidate traveled from the northern tip of California to its southern edge beyond San Diego. Brian's mother, Rose Cunningham Moore, was an executive secretary in the SF Ferry building in the late 1930's, until she married and then concentrated the remainder of her life in raising seven children.

• Masters Degree, Public Administration (MPA), Arizona State University, 1976
• Bachelors Degree, Philosophy, Mission San Luis Rey College, California, 1966; class president
• Graduate School, California State University, Los Angeles, Political Science, 1968
• Franciscan Theological Seminary: Mission San Miguel, Mission San Luis Rey & Mission • • Santa Barbara, 1962-1967
• Undergraduate School, St. Mary's College (Christian Brothers), Moraga, California, 1961-1962, Liberal Arts & Great Books; class president
• Courses in Health Care Management, UCLA, 1973
• US Peace Corps Volunteer, Latin America, 1969-72

Brian worked for a sheet metal fabrication plant, cleaned produce out of railroad fruit cars and was a carpenter apprentice for the Southern Pacific Railroad during the summers earning his way through high school and college. He also unloaded mail from train cars during the Christmas vacations.
Brian married a widow, Peggy Espejo, in 2003, and they have adopted her ten year old grandson, Juan Carlos. They reside in Spring Hill (Hernando County), Florida. His wife has two adult daughters, Andrea and Emily, who both live in Palm Beach county, Florida.
• Executive recruitment firm, Health (pharmaceutical, HMO’s, biotechnology), principle, 1998-Present
• Program fundraiser for INMED, a non-profit international health organization, 1992-97; plus international consultant in public health projects thru public/private partnerships, Latin America and Africa, 1992-97
• Health care executive, managed care/HMO pioneer, international health consultant, 1973-92, in states of California, Utah, New Mexico, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC; plus eight years in various countries in Latin America.

Internationally, Brian has been involved in community development, reconstruction and infrastructure rehabilitation projects (housing, water, electricity & sewage) in the developing and resource deprived countries of Panama, Peru and Ecuador. He managed, developed and implemented new projects, recruited, directed and supervised local staff, raised private sector funding and monitored and planned all program-related activities.
• Campaign Volunteer, Coordinator, Director for variety of congressional, senatorial, and presidential campaigns, mostly for the Democratic Party and third parties in states of California, Utah, New Mexico, Wisconsin, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, DC and Florida. Conducted volunteer work in political campaigns all over the country, including working for a variety of independent and third-party candidates over the years, including Barry Commoner, the Citizens Party candidate for president, in 1980.

• Advisory Neighborhood Commission, Commissioner & Vice Chair, Wash. DC, 1980’s (three terms)
• Elected President of SW Neighborhood Council, 1980’s (three terms)
• Elected one of 45 citywide delegates to the DC Constitutional Convention (1981)
• Independent Candidate, City Council and Mayor, Washington, DC, 1984 – 1998
• Chair & Co-Founder, NatureCoast Coalition for Peace & Justice, 2002 to 2007
• President of Good Government League, Hernando County, FL. 2003, 2004
• President of Irish-American Society, Hernando County 2002, 2003
• Player/Manager, NatureCoast Adult Baseball League, 2000-2007
• Florida Heritage Member, State of Florida
• Reform Party Executive Committee
• U.S. Congressional Candidate, 5th District, Florida, 2002 & 2004
• U.S. Senate Candidate, Florida, 2006



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