Rev. Dr. Judith C. Moore

About the Founder

Judith C. Moore, is an advocate of issues that affect women of color and has dedicated over 29 years of her life striving to make a difference. She has served in many capacities: Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church for 13 years, Domestic Violence volunteer, Convener of Black Women Roundtable, Pittsburgh/Mon Valley, Founder of Sisters Saving Ourselves, Now, and recipient of many community awards.

Her life motto: Never too Busy to Help a Sister

Education: BA Elementary Education, Clark University in Atlanta, Ga

Graduate study: American University

MDiv/DMin from Pittsburgh Theological University, Pittsburgh, PA

Judith believes that at any age it’s never too late to dream and to pursue goals.

Judith dreams to establish a national signature summit for Single moms that will increase the quality of their lives and the lives of their children.

She also is pursuing her dream as an entrepreneur and beginning her own Speaker Bureau.

Advisory Board

Lisa Givner

Elizabeth L. Henderson

Marcia Martin

Lorraine Starsky

Community Partners

Greater Allen AME Church

Allen Place Community Center

Bidwell Training Center

Black Women Roundtable

National Coalition on Black Civic Participation

First Step

First AME Church

Clairton Library

Lorraine Starsky, Allegheny County Health Department

DID & Associates, Diane I. Daniels

Statement of Diversity and Inclusion
Sisters Saving Ourselves Now and its two signature programs: Pittsburgh-Mon Valley Black Women’s Roundtable and Weaving Women Storytelling Network honors human rights and academic freedom, celebrates diverse cultures, fosters a climate of mutual respect, and promotes an inclusive environment that affirms the value of all persons.

In recruiting for our team, we welcome the unique contributions that others bring in terms of their education, opinions, culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, age, languages spoken, veteran’s status, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and beliefs.