Who Is Hollis Moore?

Hollis Moore, M. Ed.  Moore From Life, LLC

“My favorite title is Daughter of the King or Child of God. It’s so nice to liberate my identity from the constraints of a job title, what I do, or whose something I am.”

Hollis has held leadership positions throughout her career in corporate sales, non-profit work, network marketing, and teaching high school English. These diverse experiences have helped Hollis realize that innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship are what bring her to life.  She has a passion for helping others through storytelling to become self-expressed and find freedom in any environment they find they experience.

My life has been like a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Book. There have been many paths I have followed – some to dead ends and others to glorious experiences – yet, all of which have the themes of seeking adventure, valuing self-expression, and creating freedom.”

As a parent she has fostered a sense of curiosity and experiential learning in her children, that can be applied to any age person. Hollis guides her kids toward exploring who they were created to be; and encourages self-expression through that discovery & growth process.

As a “Wellness Broker”, Hollis connects people to resources that can improve their quality of life. These resources for ‘shalom’ include products, people and experiences.

As a trainer and facilitator, she incorporates her love of play and self-expression into events and programs by using the tools and games of improv theater to help individuals and groups experience breakthroughs in mindset & performance, while having fun. 

As a creative, Hollis is a singer/songwriter and a podcaster (The Oh My God Pod) who shares stories to provide hope, inspiration and connection to transform the human experience. 

Along the way, I have accumulated resources to encourage others to become the individuals they were created to be.  While we might feel ‘stuck’ – in a job, in a relationship, in our faith, in our own heads – we can learn the tools to express ourselves, create a new possibility, and get free.

The craft of storytelling, and our ability to share other’s stories, enables us to do that because it is so ingrained in our human DNA. Stories connect us to our History. Stories are our personal legacy. And stories also shape the future as they have the power to transform the experience of being human.”

Hollis’ strong faith informs her life, and she finds joy in performing improv, snowboarding and hiking in the mountains, reading scripture, and creating experiential learning adventures for her two young children and husband.