Ms. Elizabeth Moore is an ardent land and nature conservationist, she works to educate about, save and restore our natural ecosystems locally and internationally. Ms. Moore graduated from Denison University in 1983 with a BA in Economics and French and went on to graduate school in International Studies at the American University in Washington, DC.
Ms. Moore is a founding board member of the Climate Adaption Center and currently serves on the boards of the Southface Institute based in Atlanta, Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast, Lemur Conservation Foundation, Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium and Tree Foundation where she is currently President of the Board. She became a cattle rancher by trade when she purchased Triangle Ranch in 2016 to conserve 1,100 acres of land in the Upper Myakka River watershed. She is a passionate supporter of the transition to a regenerative economy and our future by design.
Ms. Moore has five children who are all engaged in environmental conservation. Ms. Moore also supports and attends several cultural and artistic organizations both in Florida and Massachusetts from where she hails.