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I am Fe’Dricka Moore. Throughout my life, in whatever I did and still do, I always wanted to help people. I believe we are here to be there for each other throughout our lives. Realistically, we cannot help everyone with everything; but when we can within reason, we should. That is one of my philosophical principles of living…be a blessing to others.

In this new role in my professional life as an instructional designer and eLearning developer, I will gladly continue to help people. This time, I will help workers to onboard, upskill, and reskill their professional responsibilities and tasks. With over 17+ years as an educator and manager, I possess transferable skills in curriculum design, content writing, training activities, and evaluation, and mentoring.  In my online portfolio, I used sound instructional design principles, appropriate learning theories, tech-savviness, and practical visuals.

I am a New Orleans native who is a cultural enthusiast. I also enjoyed cooking, traveling, listening to good music, surfing the Internet, writing in my personal journal, and spending time with family and loved ones. Thanks to the current pandemic, my introverted self has appreciated being a home-body. Other fun facts about me include:

  • I am a Hurricane Katrina survivor. When the storm first arrived, my family and I initially evacuated to Houston, TX; a week later, we settled in Atlanta, GA after enduring a “crazy” road trip. While most of my family returned back home in the coming weeks, a few of us stayed in Atlanta. I worked and lived there for five years. In early 2011, I moved back home after my grandmother passed away.

  • For a brief period of time, I used to be a Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant. It was a great experience for me as I met many great people and helped our clients be their best beautiful selves. It also helped me to appreciate more the color pink.

  • Since childhood, I have always been afraid of dogs. (Actually, I am afraid of household pets of any kind, even the little aquarium fishes.) I am scared they will hurt me. Recently, however, one of my sisters allowed her kids to have a cute little dog named Kali. All I will say is she is slowly but surely easing some of my fears.


So, to all the organizations out there – let me help you and your workers grow and improve with quality training. I want to help you to get there…REALLY!

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