Shayne Moore is an activist, singer/songwriter, speaker, and the author of two books, REFUSE TO DO NOTHING; Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern Day Slavery and GLOBAL SOCCER MOM: Changing the World Is Easier Than You Think.  

Bono, the lead singer of Irish rock band U2 and founder of ONE, endorsed Moore’s first book saying, “Politicians watch out. Shayne Moore is an unstoppable force.”

Moore’s full-length debut album, also entitled Refuse To Do Nothing — a collection of 12 original songs is now available at iTunes and Amazon. Her third book with Intervarsity Press is forthcoming.

Shayne is a co-founder and President of Redbud Writers Guild and is on the Board of Directors. Redbud is a group of Christian women writers, authors, and artists expanding the feminine voice in churches, communities and culture. Redbud Writers Guild members represent from all over the United States and Canada and members envisions a vibrant and diverse movement of women who—in community—create and influence culture and faith. Redbud nurtures a network and community of women who create rather than merely consume. Redbud is a group of writers and communicators who publish, speak and blog to empower women to use their voices to be world-changers.

As a strong supporter of the new abolitionist movement to end modern-day slavery, Shayne Moore co-founded the West Chicagoland Anti-Trafficking Coalition. West Chicagoland Anti-Trafficking Coalition exists to equip and support individuals, churches, civic groups, and non-profits in the fight against human trafficking in our own communities and beyond. WCATC works to build collaboration between civic organizations, non-profit organizations, churches and individuals and to provide care for survivors, educate abolitionists, raise awareness, and promote educational, training, and service events.

She has been featured and has contributed to the Huffington Post, Christianity Today’s blog her.meneutics, SheLoves Magazine, the blog at the ONE Campaign, MORE magazine, and ParentLife blog among others. Moore writes a column, Worldly Women, for the magazine Fullfill.

Shayne was a founding member of the ONE Moms Advisory Council. ONE Moms was chosen as ABC’s Person of The Week in 2011. Moore traveled with a group of renowned “Mom Bloggers” to Kenya with ONE to chronicle what life is like for other mothers and children suffering in extreme poverty and disease. In 2011, ONE Moms met with Dr. Jill Biden in the West Wing of the White House to discuss the refugee situation in northern Kenya.

With an Master of Arts in Theology, Moore is an active motivational speaker. A popular radio talk show guest, she has presented at the Justice Conference, International Justice Mission’s Freedom Summit, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, The Bay Area Anti Human Trafficking Freedom Summit, Festival of Faith and Writing, churches, and fundraising events throughout the United States.

Moore’s TV appearances include CNNWTTW Chicago, and CBS Los Angeles.

Shayne’s first book, Global Soccer Mom, was featured in Publisher’s Weekly, Sojourners Magazine, Ladies Home Journal and Redbook. Her work with The ONE Campaign has taken Moore to two G8 Summits. In 2005 she traveled to Edinburgh, Scotland and in 2006 to St. Petersburg, Russia, where as a ONE spokesperson Moore urged world leaders to keep their promises to the world’s poorest people. Her work with ONE has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, and Christianity Today in 2005.

Shayne is a member of the World Vision Speakers Bureau and has experience as an executive board member of not-for-profits such as Upendo Village, an HIV/AIDS clinic in Kenya.

Moore was raised in Wheaton, IL. After graduating from Wheaton College she taught school in the inner city of Los Angeles. Upon returning home, Shayne completed a Master of Arts at Wheaton College Graduate School while starting a family and training as an ER Chaplain. Moore continues to live in her hometown with her husband and three children.

Shayne can be found on Amazon, Facebook at Shayne Moore and Refuse To Do Nothing and on Twitter @ShayneMoore0.

Moore is represented by Kathryn Helmers of Creative Trust.