Faces of Leadership – Geneva Moore

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To the Top of Mt. Kilimanjaro

Geneva Moore, Class of 2008, COO, Project Sanctuary

Geneva (Templeton) Moore was inspired to participate in RFL by the positive impact it had on the lives of its participants and by her noticing how much more involved its participants were in the community. After her participation in RFL, she joined the boards of Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers and the Aspen Cycling Club. She has since moved out of the valley to the Front Range but has continued her involvement by participating in local and statewide boards. Currently, she is entrenched in the non-profit world and is doing her tiny part to effect positive change in the world around her – just as RLF taught to her to do!  She believes the most important aspects of true leadership are honesty, integrity, active listening, compassion, and action. RFL has had a significant impact on her life. It has propelled her forward and taught her “how to let go in order to progress.” Her RFL experience has ultimately taken her to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro, on a trip around the world, and eventually down the aisle.

Geneva’s Leadership Involvements:

  • United Veterans Committee of Colorado (2010 – present)
  • Arctic and Mountain Regions Development Institute – Board of Directors (2015-2016)
  • Colorado Serves – Board of Directors (2014-2016)
  • US Sen. Michael Bennet’s Veterans Forum (Table Chair, Whole-of-Community Collaboration 2011) Community Blueprint Initiative, Reintegration Content – National Advisory Group (2011)
  • Stop 18 – Treasurer (2010-2012)  Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers Board of Directors (2009-2010)
  • Aspen Cycling Club Board of Directors (2008-2010)
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