Moore has been one of the strongest advocates for Nebraska’s children, founding one of the state’s leading child advocacy organizations. As a foster parent to over 30 children, Moore learned firsthand the challenges many children face from birth through their teen years. After writing legislation to create the Foster Care Review Board (now FCRO) in 1982, she founded Voices for Children in 1987 to gather data and educate the public and policymakers on behalf of all of Nebraska’s children. She led the organization for 23 years and successfully lobbied for numerous children’s programs. She helped create the first Children’s Health Insurance Program, and improved services for abused children, children in the juvenile justice system and those with behavioral health problems. Through its annual “Kids Count” report, Voices for Children continues to inform policymakers and the state on the status of children and their needs. Moore has served on many state and national committees, commissions and boards. She recently served as interim director of the Refugee Empowerment Center and the Foster Care Review Office.