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Sophie Moore

Sophie Moore

Senior Account Supervisor

Sophie Moore describes working with health care clients as the reason she gets excited to go to work in the morning. She has supported a number of organizations on diverse issues and opportunities from complex transactions and outbreaks to centennial celebrations.

Moore has more than 15 years of public relations and communications experience supporting government agencies, nonprofit organizations, industry associations and publicly traded corporations across the health and health care industries. Prior to joining Lovell, Moore was director of community outreach and healthcare partnerships at the Chattanooga Area Food Bank where she led strategic communications and worked with health care systems to develop new channels of food distribution for people facing hunger. Moore also served as director of communications and public relations for Community Health Systems (NYSE: CYH) and director of communications for the Nashville Health Care Council. She also held communications roles at the State of Tennessee for the Department of Health, Department of Revenue and the First Lady’s Office. Moore began her career at Golin, an international public relations agency, specializing in the healthcare sector.

Moore maintains unwavering optimism while cheering on her beloved Vanderbilt University Commodores, from which she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Human and Organizational Development. She enjoys exploring new hiking trails and spending time on the water – either powered by motor or paddle – with her family.

 

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