Anjee Moore is running for school board because the house is on fire, our children are in there, and we need to figure out what we’re going to do. Improving our local public schools demands urgency, and far too often, families feel like change is happening to them, not with them.
Born and raised in Indianapolis, Anjee is the mother of four children, three of whom graduated from IPS and one who is still in the district. She graduated from George Washington High School; she returned to college after her parents’ death in 2010 and has earned a bachelor’s degree in business management as well as an MBA.
All of Anjee’s professional experiences have led her to advocacy roles with children as well as those living with HIV/AIDS. Today, she proudly serves as the Deputy Director for the Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center.