Andrelyn C. Moore

Andrelyn C. MooreAndrelyn C. Moore (whose name is a combination of her Mother Jacqueline and Grandmother Annie’s name) was born in Lumberton, North Carolina. Known to all as “Angie”, she has been with the agency for 16 years and currently employed as a Management and Program Assistant for the Department of Commerce, NOAA, National
Marine Fisheries Service, Office of Management and Budget. Prior to her current position, she worked as a Financial Assistance Technician for the Department of Commerce.

Angie is currently pursuing her Associate Degree in Business Administration at The University of Phoenix, and believes in continual learning and development of new skills.

Volunteering with organizations such as the NOAA chapter of Blacks In Government (B.I.G), a School Step Team called the Wildcat Steppers, and the Unity Thunder football team has brought her a great deal of enjoyment. She enjoys being an active member of BIG, because of what the organization stands for. Angie believes that NOAA BIG can help employees realize their goals and potential; as well as develop and enhance their integrity, professionalism, and working relationships. The values and opportunities provided to the members are life changing.

Angie is an active member of NOAA BIG; she currently serves as the President for the chapter. Since taking her position as President; she has been instrumental in establishing a Pay Pal account for the chapter to receive funds and make payments, established a system to notify members of their status and prevent lapse in membership, provide job vacancy information to members in an effort to create exposure to career paths available within the agency. She has also served as a chapter Delegate and the NOAA BIG Finance Committee Chair; organizing special vendor events throughout the year to raise funds for the Barbara Tobe Scholarship program. In the past, she created fundraisers such as the Career Shadowing/Mentoring silent auction in November 2012.

Angie has served on committees such as the U.S. Department of Commerce Agency Forum, Black History Month Programs, Thanksgiving Food Drive, and Christmas/Toy Drive, which have been developmental in many ways and has taught her the importance of lending a hand wherever it’s needed.