Baroness Kimberly Moore is an active entrepreneur from New York City and Goodwill Ambassador to the United States of America, best known for using her creative energy in raising funds and awareness for a variety of industries around the world. She has been successful in bringing together highly influential people from around the world in private gatherings to collaborate on business opportunities on a global scale and founded The Echelon Club in 2005 with the intention of incorporating a more charitable and gratifying component to each event.
Inspired by her influential members, she founded "The Kimberly Moore Foundation" and created a great number of programs and campaigns well recognized in the media, benefiting children and families in her own communities. She is the founder of the “Adopt-A-Letter” program which has adopted the wishes of over 20,000 underprivileged children last Christmas and also the Founder of “Keeping Harmony Alive” campaign dedicated to securing music programs in public schools located in the impoverished areas of Los Angeles. Ms Moore is also the founder of "Echelon Society Club" (ESC) an exclusive online community dedicated to keeping Echelon members up to date on events, groups, business and forum discussions while keeping in direct contact with other influential members and their peers.
Ms. Moore experiences vary from building educational programs for children, coordinating concerts for young musicians to organizing a great number of events for some of the world’s most influential leaders. She has raised awareness and proceeds for a variety of causes to include: Sir Richard Branson (Virgin Unite Fund), Duchess of York (Sara Ferguson Foundation), Proposition 2, Brave Kids, 911 Relief Fund, Whole Child LA and many more. “On her spare time, Moore also does some volunteer work for “Pediatric AIDS Foundation”, mentorship program with “Children Uniting Nation” and has worked 3 years with wild animals such as; abandoned lions, tigers and chimpanzees rescued from the space programs.
Since the formation of The Echelon Club, Ms. Moore has received several honors and recognitions for her charitable initiatives. In August 2008, she was officially honored at Bell Gardens City Hall Auditorium by the Mayor and Chief of Police for her invaluable service, dedication and outstanding contribution to the children in the community. Shortly after, she was inaugurated and awarded title of honor, a "Lady of Peace Making" medal from His Royal Highness Arkady Bugaev for granting the wishes of thousands of children in need. She won the “Humanitarian Award” at the 2008 "Hollywood Music Awards" for securing music programs in public schools and in April of 2009, Moore was recognized by Americorp for her volunteer work in the community. She was recently awarded an “Order of Royal Crown" a golden medal prepared by the International Royal Courts for her outstanding achievements in philanthropy and winner of the Mogul Award at the 2010 Eworld Music Awards held at LA Live.
In October 2009, Baroness Kimberly Moore was appointed by President Malam Bacai Sanha of the Republic of Guinea Bissau, West Africa and named the first Goodwill Ambassador to the United States of America. Moore was granted full power of attorney to execute activities on behalf of the Presidential Office and interests of the state and afforded all relevant signatory powers to carry out duties sanctioned by the office. Moore will work closely with the First Lady playing a major role on the country’s development while combating various social problems in the country.
Ms. Moore currently sits on the "Virgin Unite" committee for its annual event with Sir Richard Branson, Peace Ambassador for "The Gandhi Tour" and joined "Music 4 Peace" a collaborative initiative that aims to educate, empower, and improve the world beginning with the universal language of music launching at the World Cup 2010! Ms Moore is also on the Board of Directors of "World Hand Foundation" an extraordinary non-profit foundation founded by Didrick Medical (winner of the Perfect Pitch 2009 with Sir Richard Branson). The organization seeks to increase access to prosthetic hand devices in cultures that lack the financial resources to invest in prosthetics. Baroness Kimberly Moore looks forward to working with the "World Hand Foundation" which will raise funds and provide prosthetic devices to victims affected by the landmine crisis in Guinea Bissau, West Africa.
In April 2013, Moore was recently honored with the first "Key to the City" ever issued at Bell Gardens City Hall for impacting the lives over over 25,000 children in need.
When Opportunity Knocks: A new documentary series dedicated to providing teens with a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience what it's like to live their dream, but they will have to earn it. The program will also reach out to the homeless with an opportunity to live a better life.
This Time for Africa: Baroness Kimberly Moore is in the process of working on a new educational documentary series called "This Time for Africa" starring with Josh Duhamel created with Brian Caldirola, raising awareness on some of the most urgent issues in Guinea Bissau, West Africa.
The Noth Pole Application: The North Pole”application plans to support the Adopt-A-Letter program and answer thousands of letters each year written by underprivileged children around the world. Get ready to download the first app that truly shares the Giving Spirit of Christmas. The app not only allows kids a direct line to Santa, but it instantly gives them multiple gifts in the way of Games, Printable Color Pages, Printable Posters and more. The app will include a multitude of educational games for children such as “Santa wants you to know -- Basic facts about the world". Available to all iphone, ipad and itouch users.
Kimberly Cares RX: The Kimberly Moore Foundation has partnered with Water Tree Health to create the official discount pharmacy card of Los Angeles, called "Kimberly Cares RX" card. The card is designed to help those who are uninsured or paying high deductible insurance to get up to 75% off their prescription medication. A percentage of each prescription will be donated to the Kimberly Moore Foundation to help make wishes come true for underprivileged youth.