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Shayne Moore

Shayne Moore, MA  is an author, speaker, mama of three, and outspoken advocate in the fight against extreme poverty and Global AIDS.  Shayne is one of the original members of the ONE Campaign, The Campaign to Make Poverty History. www.one.org. Moore sits on the executive board of directors for Upendo Village, an HIV/AIDS clinic in Kenya.  www.upendovillage.org and on the board of directors for Growers First, which empowers rural farmers in the developing world. www.GrowersFirst.org  Shayne has written for ONE’s blog, Christianity Today’s Gifted for Leadership, and pens a column in the magazine, FullFill. Check out her personal blog at ww.GlobalSoccerMom.com. Shayne is a member of Redbud Writers Guild. www.RedbudWritersGuild.com.
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