Michelle Moore leads the public relations and social media practice for Involve. She brings twenty years of industry-related experience to the table and has helped companies and individuals increase awareness and business productivity, build market share, maintain and enhance customer loyalty and develop and penetrate target markets with memorable results.
A media relations specialist, she has placed clients on the Today Show, 20/20, Good Morning America, CNN, CNBC as well as in many major daily newspapers including Miami Herald, Chicago Tribune, New York Times and newsstand publications including Inc. Magazine, Fortune, Fortune Small Business. In addition, she works as a media and crisis media trainer having trained professionals at every level to effectively deliver their messages.
Successful efforts have included program and project work with the Waterton Residential, Presidential Towers, Zangmeister Oncology Center, UnitedHealthcare, SafeAuto, Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition, PICA Corp., Velocys, AirNet, Built NY, Just Smiles, National Adoption Day Coalition, American Commerce Insurance Company, Zanesville Orthopedic Associates, Progressive Medical, Ohio Sleep Medicine Institute, Sleep Medicine Research Foundation, OhioHealth, Grady Memorial Hospital Sleep Center, Worthington Sleep Center, Sleep Disorders Center of Lexington, The PainCare Center, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, The Walker Center for Laser Aesthetic Skincare, WomanKind Health and Wellness Center, StoneRidge Dental Care, Pharmacy Systems, McGraw-Hill Companies and numerous others.
Prior to this position, Michelle was vice president and director of global media relations with Paul Werth Associates. She also served as public relations manager for Mid-Ohio Sports Care Course and Marketing and Public Relations Director for Ohio Sleep Medicine Institute. Her work and career have been recognized professionally with awards including the prestigious PRSA Silver Anvil Award and several Advertising Federation Addy awards. In addition, she was named a rising business star by Business First of Columbus and its 40 Under 40.