Dionne L. Moore is a native of Washington, DC and the youngest of four. She has been in banking and finance for 33 years in various financial institutions throughout the DC Metropolitan area. Dionne has spent most of her career offering financing solutions by lending to small and mid-sized businesses in a variety of industries both nationally and locally. She is currently Deputy Chief Credit Officer at Partners for the Common Good.
Dionne first learned of Paths for Families at a Maryland Chamber of Commerce event. When the opportunity to become a board member was presented to her, she welcomed the chance to become a part of the organization. She has witnessed the joy that adoption brings to the involved families and fully embraces the mission of Paths for Families.
Dionne believes strongly that people should utilize their gifts and talents selflessly towards efforts of social justice and to build up people and improve lives. She lives this mantra in her volunteer work. As an active member of a DC chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Dionne is very involved in the mission work of the sorority. She is the chapter’s Treasurer and chair of the Finance Committee. Additionally, Dionne is an ordained associate minister and active member at Metropolitan Baptist Church in Largo, Maryland, and is an ex-officio board member of DC Pearls iii Foundation.
Dionne is a 3rd generation graduate of Hampton University where she earned her BS degree in Finance. She earned a Master’s in Divinity degree from Virginia Union University. Dionne has been married for almost 30 years to the love of her life and is the mother of two beautiful and gifted young adults. In her free time, she enjoys watching crime shows, knitting, cooking, and reading.
Dionne lives in DC with her husband and shelter pup, Bryce.