A superstorm Sandy survivor who has experienced the challenge of rebuilding her East End home, she strongly supports financial help through federal and state funding for all residents. She is committed to helping reduce taxes for families in Long Beach and to fight for education, health, safety, environmental and social justice issues, she said.
Moore, 46, is running on the Democratic line. A professor of communications at Nassau Community College, she is a 20-year resident of the city. She also has held administrative positions at NCC, including acting dean of social and behavioral sciences. She has been a volunteer mentor for women who had completed relational and/or drug abuse rehabilitation. She graduated from Hunter College in 1990 with a bachelor's degree and in 1995 with a master's, both in communications. She is single.