Beth Sanders Moore

 “Own your facts, express your ambitions, and celebrate your achievements with humility.”

Beth Sanders Moore

 “Own your facts, express your ambitions, and celebrate your achievements with humility.”

Beth Sanders Moore

 “Own your facts, express your ambitions, and celebrate your achievements with humility.”

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A Little About Beth

Beth Sanders Moore is nearing completion of her first authored book — one based on the daily entries made in her personal journal of 40 years.

With deep roots in both nonprofit and for-profit sectors, Beth is a noted business development and fundraising strategist, and founder of a series of entrepreneurial ventures.  She’s known for accelerating new ideas within luxury retail, professional services, and NGO industries — ideas created to deliver exceptional service experiences to consumers and constituents.

Beth Sanders Moore is nearing completion of her first authored book — one based on the daily entries made in her personal journal of 40 years.

With deep roots in both nonprofit and for-profit sectors, Beth is a noted business development and fundraising strategist, and founder of a series of entrepreneurial ventures.  She’s known for accelerating new ideas within luxury retail, professional services, and NGO industries — ideas created to deliver exceptional service experiences to consumers and constituents.

Beth is a long-term survivor of cancer, as was her late mother and late grandfather, all treated at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston.  Years prior to her diagnosis, Beth led national-reach breast health and cancer survivorship advocacy programs.  In her roles as a professional Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and as a volunteer, she’s headed campaigns netting more than $200 million for arts, education, and health care organizations — with a significant portion earmarked for aid to cancer patients and survivors.

A longstanding passion for fashion design sparked Beth’s first businesses in the luxury retail industry and later, her studied collection and preservation of textiles and vintage haute couture.

During her career, she’s served as curator or producer of numerous fashion exhibitions of European haute couture and fine American design dating 1900 through 2000.

A longstanding passion for fashion design sparked Beth’s first businesses in the luxury retail industry and later, her studied collection and preservation of textiles and vintage haute couture.

During her career, she’s served as curator or producer of numerous fashion exhibitions of European haute couture and fine American design dating 1900 through 2000.

In 2015, Beth Sanders Moore served as Director of Development at UT Southwestern.

Beth excels — and genuinely delights — in connecting and serving people. Her commitment to the growth of others is an underpinning of the successful legal recruiting and temporary staffing company Beth and Jess Moore founded. Scores of white-shoe lawyers and law firms credit Beth for boosting them into the highest ranks within the legal profession. Many remain loyal and generous supporters of her projects today.

Beth graduated cum laude from Mays Business School Texas A & M University where she received a B.B.A. with a concentration in marketing. She received an Executive Certification in Nonprofit Management from The University of Texas at Austin.  She’s a former adjunct lecturer in networking communications at Rice University, and a frequent speaker on health and wellness for cancer survivors, corporate social responsibility and philanthropy, and strategic business development.

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Beth’s Work

Sparking Ideas. gaining buy-in. influencing success.

Founder

Jess Moore and Beth Sanders Moore found Ad Hoc The Legal Placement Company, a legal recruiting and temp staffing firm based in Houston.

Ad Hoc The Legal Placement Company

Founding Director

Beth Sanders Moore is Founding Director of the Northwood University National Costume Collection that houses French haute couture and fine American design c.1900 to c.2000.

Northwood University National Costume Collection

Producer

Beth Sanders Moore was Producer of “The Wendy Reves Collection: A Fashion Retrospective 1945 to 1970,” an exhibition of Mrs. Reves’ vintage wardrobe staged in the Dallas Arts District

The Wendy Reves Collection: A Fashion Retrospective 1945 – 1970 Dallas Arts District

Founder

Beth Sanders Moore, Founder of CancerForward: The Foundation For Cancer Survivors, served in a volunteer role while advancing the nonprofit’s growth and its mission to deliver cancer survivorship education and care planning guidelines to cancer survivors.

Cancerforward: The Foundation for Cancer Survivors

Testimonials

For many years, Beth’s steadfast commitment has made and will continue to make a tremendous impact around the world in the fight against breast cancer.  With her infectious charm and persuasive resolve, she has swayed countless volunteers and financial sponsors in our shared mission to end breast cancer forever.

Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker
Founder, Susan G. Komen®

Beth has embraced the opportunity to help women deal with breast cancer, and in the process has inspired countless others to follow her lead and give unselfishly of their time in an effort to make a difference in someone else’s life.  She exemplifies what is best about our great country –- serving others.

George H.W. Bush
41st President of the United States
(now deceased)

No one talked about cancer 40 years ago; it was a secret disease, and I felt very alone. By creating a digitally-based charity solely to support cancer survivors, Beth has changed that dynamic.  I’m a great admirer of hers.  I’m thankful for her work.

Ted Kennedy Jr.
Connecticut State Senator