Natalie Miller-Moore

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Natalie Miller Moore is a community connector. As part of running her own communications business, she writes for local magazines, highlights innovations at local hospitals and advocates for state-wide public service. As a result, Natalie meets and connects many different groups, circulating information and making essential introductions.

After obtaining her journalism degree at Bowling Green, Natalie has worked in a variety of strategic writing and marketing projects, including several books, dozens of training workshops and hundreds of magazines articles. In 2011, she took the leap into entrepreneurship and started Moore than Words, a communications consulting firm. As part of that experience, she supports efforts to make Williamsburg a more creative place to live.

Leadership is another important part of her contributions to the Williamsburg area, including as a member of “Legendary” LEAD Class of 2013 (who created Hands Together Historic Triangle), and a graduate of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership. Today, she serves as the Chair of the Williamsburg Regional Library Board of Trustees, dreaming big for learning opportunities for everyone in the community.

She moved here in 2001 from Cleveland with her husband Daniel, a historian at Colonial Williamsburg. Today, they have three sons and live in the Historic Area. She’s involved in a variety of city activities as a result, including Matthew Whaley’s Strawberry Festival, Second Sundays festival and being a good ambassador for visitors to Williamsburg!

Circulating information and resources is an important part of her civic life and she is a long-time fan of Literacy for Life. Always an “enthusiastic dancer” she is very excited about the opportunity to master at least one dance!

Natalie is dancing with Bill Irwin.
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  1. “Every day gives you a chance to take in a breath, kick off your shoes, and dance.” -Oprah Winfrey

  2. Loved the pic of the paint and rhinestones. In the immortal words of Spike Lee, “It’s gotta be the shoes!”

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