Jeremy Moore - Career Speaker

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Jeremy Moore, MA, was born in Danvers, Massachusetts, and moved to Ashland, Ohio, in junior high. He was always passionate about writing and storytelling from an early age, and his high school experience in the journalism program helped open the door to what would be a promising career. After rising to editor-in-chief of the school’s yearbook, Jeremy graduated Ashland High School and went to college at Messiah College in Grantham, PA, where he remained a journalism major during his first year but found the greatest stories were being told in the history program. During his college years, he took advantage of an extension program Messiah College had with Temple University and enrolled in a newswriting class with Paul Maryniak, the then-editor of the Philadelphia Daily News. The relationship he had with that professor led to an internship at the paper and a long career in journalism and communications.

Jeremy started that career at Slack Inc., a trade publication company with market leading publications in cardiology, infectious diseases, endocrinology, orthopedics and cancer. He travelled the world covering medical meetings and continuously making contacts. After rising to the rank of managing editor at Hem/Onc Today, he made the jump many do to public relations by becoming senior manager of science communications at the American Association for Cancer Research. There he built a media program for the historic organization and rose to prominence as a recognized leader in science public relations. That leadership led to his current role as senior director for communications at Fox Chase Cancer Center.

Jeremy has been at Fox Chase Cancer Center for six years with responsibility for media relations, crisis communications, internal communications, publications, government relations, counsel to senior leadership on all aforementioned and other duties as assigned. He is passionate about telling the story of Fox Chase on the widest possible channels and sharing that passion with the next generation. He holds a Masters in Public Affairs Reporting from the University of Illinois at Springfield.