Chief Executive Officer – Stephanie Moore, MPA, CMPE: A magna cum laude graduate from the University of Kentucky in 2000 with a B.H.S. in health services management & from Eastern Kentucky University in 2003 with an M.P.A. with an emphasis in community health. While in school, Ms. Moore worked for the Kentucky Cancer Program, the Carolina Mammography Registry & the Wake Women’s Project.

In May 2001, Ms. Moore joined the White House Clinics as the Berea Clinic Manager and soon became the organization’s Compliance Officer and then Chief Operating Officer in January 2004. Ms. Moore was responsible for day –to-day operations, recruitment efforts for medical, dental, & mental health providers, orientation & training, coordinated marketing activities for the organization’s primary care clinics & grant writing & fund raising efforts.

In January 2012, the White House Clinics Board of Directors named her as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer. In this capacity, Ms. Moore has led efforts to increase the organization’s stewardship and involvement in local communities, further develop the quality improvement program, and increase access through improvement in efficiency. Under her leadership, the organization has also opened new locations in Rockcastle and Gerrard Counties and established its first school-based clinic at Berea Community Schools.

Ms. Moore is Certified Medical Practice Executive through the Medical Group Management Association. She has served on numerous community boards including Berea Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the St. Joseph Foundation Board of Directors. Ms. Moore was recently named to the Board of Directors for the Kentucky Primary Care Association.

She currently lives in Berea with her three children.