Kimberly Moore has spent over a decade in the workforce development arena. She currently serves as the Vice President for Workforce Innovation at Tallahassee Community College (TCC). In the position of Vice President, she is responsible for developing strategic solutions that address the needs of employers and those seeking to enter or advance in the workforce. Prior to joining TCC, she served as the Chief Executive Officer of WORKFORCE plus, the regional economic and workforce development body.
Ms. Moore is a 1993 graduate of Tallahassee Community College with an Associate of Arts degree. She continued her education at The Florida State University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice in 1995. In May 2006, she earned her M.B.A from Webster University. She is a proud member of Leadership Tallahassee Class 24 and Leadership Florida Class 33.
In addition to her role at TCC, she continues to give back to her community through service. Note a few of Ms. Moore’s many volunteer roles include serving as Chair- Leon County Research Development Authority, Vice-Chair of Florida A&M University Board of Trustees, Vice-Chair of the Economic Vitality Leadership Council, Truist/SunTrust Community Advisory Board and Board of Director for the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce and Wakulla Chamber of Commerce. She has been recognized locally, statewide and nationally for her service and commitment to excellence with accolades including: Tallahassee’s Top 26 Women in Business (2007), the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Leadership Pacesetter Award (2009), the Dr. Reginald Rolle Memorial Economic Development Champion of the Year Award (2010), Florida Diversity Council’s 2014 Florida’s Most Powerful and Influential Woman Award, Tallahassee Woman Magazine’s 2016 ‘Women Who Mean Business’ Innovator of the Year Award , 2017 inductee to the Tallahassee Community College’s Hall of Fame, 2019 Economic Innovator of the Year, Florida State University – Omicron Delta Kappa (Honoris Causa) – 2020 and 2021 Idahlynn Karre Exemplary Leadership Award.