Chief of Staff
Pete Moore joined the Ohio Association of County Boards Serving People with Developmental Disabilities in November of 2009. He served as the Project Manager for the Bridges to Transition Grant, a unique collaboration between the OACB, County Boards of Developmental Disabilities, Local Education Agencies (LEA), and the Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD). In February of 2010, he took on the role of Service Initiatives Director which included work on The Good Life, a project that is designed to provide training and technical assistance to OACB members as they develop and maintain positive cultures for the people they serve. Pete was named OACB's Chief of Staff in January of 2015.
Moore has 20 years of experience in working with people with developmental disabilities. He has had many roles during his career including: Recreation Director for the Salvation Army in Pittsburgh, PA; Teacher's Aid for Tiffin City Schools; Activities Therapist, QMRP, and Director of Vocational Services at Tiffin Developmental Center; Director of Residential Services for the Hancock County Board of DD; Behavior Support Consultant for the State of Ohio's Department of DD; and, as an independent consultant. Throughout his career, Moore has been respected for his common sense approach and insight. He has provided training and technical support for many different programs and professionals across the State of Ohio.
Pete is a graduate of The University of Pittsburgh and received his Masters in Counseling from Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio, where he was also a football coach for 10 years. He is married to Deb and has three kids, Warren, Rilee, and Ava.
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