Jim Moore comes to CommUlinks with over thirty-five years of nonprofit, government and media experience.
Jim devoted twenty-two years to a career in television. His credits include award winning advertising, ratings-leading news production, and numerous specials, including gavel-to-gavel live coverage of the Amadou Diallo murder trial, live coverage from the Travers Stakes at Saratoga, and televised coverage of the women's national championship 10-K road race, excerpts of which were featured on ESPN. While in broadcasting, Jim worked with numerous nonprofits on fundraisers and public service messages, and he also served on several nonprofit boards and the Chamber of Commerce, launched a community-wide recreation development program and spearheaded a comprehensive municipal planning initiative in his town.
After serving as development committee chair on a board of directors, the rewards of community service led Jim to change course and dedicate the balance of his career to nonprofit service. Before moving to Colorado, he served in New York as a development officer, then executive director of two statewide nonprofit advocacy organizations and a chapter of a national nonprofit. He wrote and contributed to the passage of legislation, developed public-private partnerships with state agencies, testified before the EPA, legislators and other decision makers, and he conducted public education programs throughout the state.
In Colorado, Jim joined the national headquarters for a nonprofit advocacy organization, where he developed advocacy, communications, public relations and fundraising strategy and messages for the movement. He collaborated on national media campaigns, and reshaped the organization's publications. He increased organization membership by 23% in 12 months and exceeded fundraising goals by more than 1.3 million dollars. As Chief Financial Officer, Jim also completely overhauled the organization's financial structure, accounting practices and chapter affiliate structure.
Joining CommUlinks fulfills the goal Jim brought with him to Denver…to share his business management, marketing, communication, advocacy and fundraising talents with other nonprofit organizations. Through CommUlinks, Jim has worked with a number of organizations on projects ranging from board and fundraising training to strategic planning to marketing/communications/fundraising.
Jim oversaw the startup of a national human-rights advocacy organization. In just over two years, the organization recruited nearly 3000 paid members and generated more than two years’ revenues in reserve.
From 2007 to 2016, Jim served as outsourced executive director for an international health advocacy organization. In that role he increased revenues nearly 300%, conducted numerous international medical conferences, arranged mergers with two other organizations, and he developed and executed numerous programs including a PCORI-funded patient data registry, research recruitment, a clinical and research consortium, and many other initiatives.