Shayne is an author, writer, speaker, and editor. She is the Director of Operations at 1MT, a nonprofit working to bring peace to women who experience violence in war zones. Shayne co-founded Redbud Writers Guild and over the years served the guild as President, Vice President of Communications, and Editor-in-Chief of The Redbud Post. Her book, Refuse To Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern Day Slavery (Intervarsity Press), received Resource of the Year, (Outreach, 2014). Her first book, Global Soccer Mom; Changing the World is Easier Than You Think (Zondervan), chronicles her work with the HIV/AIDS pandemic. With an MA in Theology, and with varied interests, Shayne holds a Certificate in the Professional Program in Screenwriting at UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television. Moore is the Compiling Editor for Everbloom: Living Deeply Rooted and Transformed Lives, (Paraclete Press, 2017)
Shayne was an original member of the ONE Campaign and was a non-celebrity spokesperson for the campaign. She is an experienced speaker and activist who has spoken to groups all over the world to raise awareness for the marginalized and about global poverty and disease. Shayne has traveled widely to places such as the Philippines, Honduras, and Africa to see first-hand the effects of poverty and exploitation on women and children.
Bono, the lead singer of Irish rock band U2 and founder of the ONE Campaign, endorsed Moore’s first book saying, “Politicians watch out. Shayne Moore is an unstoppable force.”
1MT (One Million Thumbprints) is a grassroots campaign seeking to catalyze a groundswell of people focused on overcoming the effects of war against women through storytelling, advocacy, and fundraising. 1MT envisions a world where women are free from violence, oppression, and poverty caused by war.
Our response is two-fold: Advocating on a global level, urging the United Nations and other government leaders to follow through on resolutions that protect women in conflict zones, and funding programs on a grassroots, local level through our implementing partners in three of the most dangerous places to be a woman — The Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, And Syria/Iraq.