Shayne Moore is an author, writer and editor. Her book, Refuse To Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern Day Slavery, received Resource of the Year, Outreach, (2014). Her first book, Global Soccer Mom; Changing the World is Easier Than You Think, chronicles her work with the HIV/AIDS pandemic and her involvement with The ONE Campaign, receiving an endorsement from rock singer Bono. Shayne sits on the board of, and is the Founder of, Redbud Writers Guild and is Senior Editor at the Redbud Post. As an activist and freelance writer she authored a chapter for The Love Wins Companion Guide, a supplement to the book Love Wins by Rob Bell. She wrote a monthly column for the magazine Fullfill. With an MA in theology, Shayne is a national guest lecturer on issues of global justice. She is a writer at World Bicycle Relief and is a member of the World Vision Speakers Bureau.
Standing still and watching injustice, poverty and social inequities continue without taking action has never been an option. I use my instinctive skills to develop communities, raise awareness, create high quality content, and develop social media strategies that impact change in order to give a voice to those who have none. As an author, writer, director, and lecturer, I utilize my keen sense for driving the success of non-profit endeavors to create influence across the globe. I offer leadership, influence and persistence to create community and momentum for change.
I am an activist, lecturer, 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.
I co-founded Redbud Writers Guild and I served as Founding Director and President. I am currently on the Governing Board of Directors and serve as Treasurer. Redbud is a group of Christian women writers and authors expanding the feminine voice in churches, communities and culture. With 100 members, Redbud envisions a vibrant and diverse movement of women who—in community—create and influence culture and faith. www.redbudwritersguild.com.
As a strong supporter of the new abolitionist movement to end modern-day slavery, I co-founded the West Chicagoland Anti-Trafficking Coalition. I have 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.
With an M.A. in Theology, I am a guest lecturer and radio guest. I have 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.
I was raised in Wheaton, IL. After graduating from Wheaton College I taught school in the inner city of Los Angeles. Upon returning home, I completed a Master of Arts in Theology at Wheaton College Graduate School all while starting a family and training as an ER Chaplain. I continue to live in my hometown with my husband and three children.
AREA OF STUDY Biblical Studies/Theology/Communications
M.A. Wheaton College Graduate School, May 2006
B.A. Wheaton College, May 1994
(with Secondary Education Teaching Certificate)
Resource of the Year, Outreach, (2014); ABC’s Person of The Week. (2011)
Guest Lecturer, “Global Justice”, Wheaton College, (2011-2014); Faculty, Maranatha Writers Conference, (2014); World Vision Speakers Bureau (2010-present); Lecturer, World Vision, Women of Vision, Nationwide, (2010-present); Lecturer, Festival of Faith and Writing, Calvin College, (2012); Keynote, Every Women Counts, Valparaiso, IN, (2014); Keynote, Moody Church, Chicago, IL, (2014); Keynote, West Chicagoland Anti Trafficking Coalition, Glen Ellyn, IL, (2014); Lecturer, Todays Christian Working Women Conference, Itasca, IL, (2014); Lecturer, World Vision H2O Summit, Washington DC, (2014); Keynote, International Justice Mission Advocacy Summit, Washington, DC, (2013); Lecturer, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Chicago, IL, (2012); Lecturer, The Justice Conference, World Relief, (2011); Lecturer, World Vision Annual Women’s Prayer Breakfast, Manhattan, New York, (2011); Lecturer, The Bay Area Anti Human Trafficking Freedom Summit, San Francisco, CA (2011); Lecturer, The Chicago Cultural Center, (2006); Keynote, Hope Initiative Conference, Chicago, IL, (2005). Teacher, Glen Crest Middle School, (1994-1996); Teacher, Los Angeles Christian School, (1992-1994)
CNN, Don Lemon (2011); WTTW, Chicago Tonight, (2011); CBS News, Los Angeles, (2011); Ladies Home Journal, (February, 2011); Wall Street Journal, “In Fight Against Farm Subsidies, Even Farmers Are Joining Foes,” Roger Thurow, (2010). Redbook, (April, 2011); Publishers Weekly, (2011); Sojourners, “Global Soccer Mom,” (2010); World Vision Magazine, “Global Soccer Mom,” (2012); Author’s Beat, John Clemens, (2012); Debbie Chavez Show, (2012) Kelly Youngblood, Book Review, Refuse To Do Nothing by Shayne Moore, (2013), Sarah Cunningham, “Shayne Moore On Women,” (2013); Patch, “Global Mom, Start Right Where You Are,” (2011); Homelife, (July, 2011); World Vision Magazine, “Waking Up From Suburbia Stupor, Lessons From a Global Soccer Mom,” (2011); Matt Litton, “Five Good Answers with Author and Activist Shayne Moore,” (2011); International Arts Movement, Podcast, (2011); Faith Radio, (2011); Hour of Power, Rober Schuller, (2010); Chicago Tribune, (December, 2009); Vanity Fair, (July, 2007); Wheaton Alumni Magazine, “One of a Kind,” (Winter, 2007); Wheaton Leader, (July, 2006); Christianity Today, “Jesus at the G8,” (October, 2005); Christianity Today online, (July, 2005); Good News, (October, 2005); Intercessors For America, “Jesus At the G8,” (2005)
Moore, Shayne. Refuse to do Nothing; Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern Day Slavery. Intervarsity Press, Downers Grove, IL. 2013.
Moore, Shayne. Global Soccer Mom; Changing the World is Easier Than You Think. Zondervan Publishing, Grand Rapids, MI. 2011.
Articles in Books
Live Just.Ly, Micah Challenge, Justice and Consumption. Shayne Moore and Kimberly Yim, Bread For the World, 2014.
Tending the Soul, Shayne Moore, Moody Press, Chicago, IL, 2012.
Moore, Shayne. (2012-2014) Columnist, “Worldly Women,” FullFill Magazine, Elisa Morgan Publisher
Moore, Shayne. (2007-2012) Contributor, ONE Campaign Blog
Moore, Shayne. (2011-present) Contributor, Redbud Writers Guild Blog
Moore, Shayne. (2014) “Abolitionists Mamas Fight to End Modern Day Slavery.” Religious News Service
Moore, Shayne. (2013) “Be the Nosy Neighbor,” Her.Menuetics, Christianity Today
Moore, Shayne. (2013) “Refuse To Do Nothing,” SheLoves Magazine
Moore, Shayne, (2012) “The Tree That Grows Becomes the Forest,” Huffington Post
Moore, Shayne (2011) “One Woman With One Voice,” More Magazine
Moore, Shayne. (2011) “A Place of Light and Hope,” Huffington Post
Moore, Shayne. (2011) “Ten Ways to Be a Global Soccer Mom.” ParentLife
Moore, Shayne. (2007) “Leading With One Voice,” Gifted For Leadership, Christianity Today
Biblical Studies, Communications, Speech, Writing, Global Justice
Redbud Writers Guild (2011-present); West Chicagoland Anti Trafficking Coalition, (2013-present); One Campaign Moms Advisory Council, (2010-2012); Growers First NFP, (2011-2012); Upendo Village NFP, (2005-2010).
Co-Founder, Founding Director, President, Redbud Writers Guild (2011-2014); Co-Founder, Governing Team, West Chicagoland Anti Trafficking Coalition (2013-present); Treasurer, Governing Board of Directors, Redbud Writers Guild NFP, (2014-present); Chair Board of Directors, Growers First NFP (2011-2012); Secretary Board of Directors, Upendo Village NFP, (2005-2010).