Rachel Moore

Social Media & PR Specialist, The Alternative Board
Englewood, CO, United States

About Rachel

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I love life and enjoy laughing about it daily. That's not to say I can't get serious as needed, but my general outlook is to hope for the best, prepare for the worst, and keep an eye on the bigger picture and how very few things in life are capable of destroying me. I draw inspiration from the likes of Joss Whedon, Victor Hugo, and my greatest goal in life is to be the person you remember warmly because "she made me laugh and seemed to be having a good time no matter what."



Areas of Expertise

Social Media, Facebook Business Pages, Twitter: @Rachel_Really, LinkedIn, Google+, Writing

An idea worth spreading

Interpersonal communications is getting boiled down to the Chandler-Bing writing punch: say it in 140 characters or less with wit, relevance, and humanity. But then, after that, be able to expound on that idea with excellent writing and poignancy.

I'm passionate about

Social media impact, excellent writing with wit and relevance, authenticity in others, and - above all - using all of my influence and ability to improve anything I touch or see.

Talk to me about

I love communication, creativity, great books/movies/songs that leave a lasting impression, and people who like to be sponges of knowledge.

People don't know I'm good at

Singing publicly.

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Rachel Moore
Posted 8 months ago
Ali Carr-Chellman: Gaming to re-engage boys in learning
Thank you so much for this. My son is in first grade and while his classes seem to be fairly balanced as far as boy-girl ratio, he's already encountered accusations of being "violent" for lobbing snowballs on the playground. At home, we promote gaming. He has a DS, plus we encourage him to play his Wii games (with or without us), and he really does thrive on them and will even write stories about the characters. I plan to share this with our school board (charter) and see what kind of play it gets.