Moore is the creator and founder of CVON, Crime Victim Advocacy and Organization Network, the world's first on line public safety virtual network, focused on uniting members of law enforcement, prosecutors, attorneys, experts and crime victim agencies from around the world to share information. Growing daily, CVON saves public agencies time and money by connecting resources and experts in one virtual community.
Moore is a member of the V/omen's Media Center She Source, a brain trust of female experts on diverse topics designed to serve journalists, producers and agents requiring female guests and sources.
Moore is also the President of Survivors in Action, a non-profit crime victim organization and the Director of Business Communications, Training & Risk Management for Tri-County Crisis Center, Inc.
Moore is a published author specializing in non-fiction and self-help topics. She has contributed to a wide variety of non fiction book projects including law enforcement training manuals, textbooks and legal publications from around ihegtobe. Her latest book. 'A Parent's Guide to Cyberstalking and Cyberbullying: Protecting Your Children as Simple as 1 -2-i’ is now available on Amazon.
“My mission is to ensure that no victim anywhere in the world is left behind.”
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Alexis Moore, Risk Management Expert
Cyberstalking, Stalking, Identify Theft and Privacy Consulting
Alexis Moore mixes empathy and real world stories with humor to connect with clients, audiences and readers worldwide on the topic of 21 st century risk management. She is a pioneer when it comes to promoting the awareness of cybercrime, and fighting for victim's rights around the world. As a consultant, Moore has been called on to provide valuable insight to corporations, agencies, academia, law enforcement and public officials around the globe, and her published works have been used to help develop ground breaking cyberstalking legislation.
Surviving her personal ordeal as a victim of stalking, identity theft, cyberstalking and domestic violence has driven her to the forefront of crime victim advocacy worldwide. Focusing her energy on studying the intricacies of the high-tech threats impacting society, and the laws (or lack thereof) that govern them, Moore is uniquely positioned when combining her experience as a high-tech investigator, survivor and crime victim's advocate. Working as a catalyst for change, Moore brings more than just academic knowledge of risk management practices - she carries a personal connection that empowers her to speak about the following topics with conviction:
She has been published or quoted in 50+ magazine and newspaper articles since January 2006, including articles in the New York Times, Eop-uiaL_Mechanics, KJMagazine, Newsweek, Ladies fctomeJoumal, W.omen!s_Qay, and Glamour.
Moore has been called upon to speak on the topics of stalking, identity theft, credit, collections, privacy, cyberstalking and cyberbullying in segments featured on CNN, Fox, CBS, Headline News and Good Morning America and her story was featured on Discovery Channel's series Stalked: Someone's Watching in December 2011.
As a speaker's bureau member for several national organizations, she continues to build her platform internationally as a recognized subject matter expert in all areas of stalking and cyberstalking, identity theft, credit, collections and domestic violence.
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About Alexis Moore
Alexis Moore is a 2012 recipient of the national Women of Peace Award from the Women's Peacepower Foundation, Inc. and continues to be internationally recognized for her outstanding ability to bring peace to crime victims around the world. She is honored to be a past recipient of the Doris Buffet Women’s Independence Scholarship Program and to be a recipient of a Sacramento Women’s Lawyer Scholarship. She continues to be internationally recognized for her devotion to public service in the area of homicide prevention and assisting high-risk victims of domestic violence, stalking and cyberstalking.
Moore is available for one-on-one consultations specifically tailored to fit the needs of individuals, journalists, production companies, TV, radio, film, financial institutions, academia, insurance, public safety and other businesses within the public and private sector.
Alexis Moore is an internationally recognized expert who is prepared to speak at your next event on a vast array of topics including: intimate partner violence, cyberstalking, cyberbullying, stalking, identity theft, privacy protection, credit, collections, real estate, and risk management.
Moore provides customized training for individuals, insurance companies, law firms, public safety agencies, financial institutions, crime victim service providers, academia and businesses. Click here to see some samples of her training materials.
Moore is a published author specializing in non-fic-tion and self-help topics. She has contributed to a wide variety of non-fiction book projects including law enforcement training manuals, company newsletters, self-advocacy handbooks, textbooks, blogs and legal publications from around the globe. Visit her contact page or author's site for more information.
Alexis continues to devote her time and talents to empower and inform consumers and crime victims around the globe. Moore is designing her own line of personal and cyber safety equipment, products and services that will be coming soon to a store near you!
She is also the founder of Crime Victim Organization and Advocate Network, the president and founder of Survivors In Action non-profit crime victim organization and an advisory board member of the Domestic Violence Justice Project and the Beginning Over Foundation.
Moore is a member of the Women’s Media Center She Source, a brain trust of female experts on diverse topics designed to serve journalists, producers and agents who need female guests and sources.
She has been published or quoted in hundreds of magazines and newspaper articles since January 2006, including articles in the New York Times, El Periodico, Popular Mechanics,Ladies Home Journal, Realtor® Magazine ,Women's Day, Women's Health and Glamour.
She has also been called upon to speak on the subjects of cyberstalking, cyberbullying and stalking on high-profile radio and television programs like CNN, Fox, Headline News, CBS, Martha Stewart Living Radio, Anderson and Good Morning America.