The term-limited University Park mayor pro tempore won’t be on the ballot in May. While her city council service will come to an end after six years, her devotion to University Park will not. She’s called the city home since her days at her beloved SMU, more than three decades ago. Moore, owner and CEO of Allegiance Title Company, also served on the Planning and Zoning Commission.
What do you value most about living in the Park Cities?
The collaborative way in which the city, school district, and citizens work together to assure that this community is one of the best places to live is what I value most about living in the Park Cities. Those who serve our city and schools are truly servant leaders. They are accessible, responsive, and always striving to find the best possible solution to our communities’ issues, challenges and opportunities.
Why did you feel it was important to serve as an elected official?
The City has given so much to my family and me, I felt it was my turn to give back. My service to the city is given in gratitude for the blessing of living in University Park.
What’s your favorite place to visit in the Park Cities?
SMU! Whether we are boulevarding, attending basketball games, a Tate Series lecture, the President’s Holiday Party at Meadows Museum, or business and law school guest lectures, I love anything SMU. Every member of my family has a degree from SMU. It is definitely one of our favorite places to be!