Angelman Syndrome Foundation
Amanda Moore became CEO of the Angelman Syndrome Foundation in 2019. Prior to that, she was the Director of Leadership Development, Diversity and Inclusion and Global Strategies at the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis where she worked for over eighteen years. Amanda earned her Masters in Leadership Development as well as a Certificate in Fundraising from the Indiana University School of Philanthropy. Amanda and her family live in Indianapolis, Indiana. Amanda’s husband, Adam, is a nurse and an amazing artist. In 2015 Amanda and Adam adopted twin boys, Jackson and Baden. Jackson was diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome in January of 2017 and since then Amanda has made it her mission to be an advocate for all people with Angelman Syndrome.