AMY MOORE:
 
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Director of Applications of C/D/H in Grand Rapids. C/D/H is a technology consulting firm with offices in Detroit and Grand Rapids. The company provides consulting services in collaboration, infrastructure, unified communications, mobility, and project management. Recently, Moore was promoted to this new role, becoming the second woman in a leadership position in the company, to meet the growing need for SharePoint and other consulting services in Michigan. Moore’s responsibilities include expanding these business offerings, hiring staff, assuring quality service, and assisting with the firm’s strategic direction for future growth. Moore joined the firm in 2011 when C/D/H purchased Plante & Moran’s web development and SharePoint team. She has more than 15 years of consulting experience in website and application development, including analysis, design, implementation, and project management. Moore is a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist and a frequent speaker at the Southeast Michigan SharePoint Users Group and SharePoint Saturday. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in computer science from Lawrence Technological University.


WHERE BORN: “Warren.”

MOST INFLUENTIAL PERSONS: “My family and my parents. I was the youngest of four, so while growing up, I had a lot of people looking out for me. Also, I had a number of teachers, professors, bosses, coworkers, and clients who have really encouraged and supported me. It’s been a good mix.”

LAST BOOK READ:The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.”

WORDS THAT DESCRIBE ME: “Fun, easygoing, dependable, loyal.”

WHERE MY FIELD/INDUSTRY IS HEADED: “Definitely to the cloud. Software as a service was really taking off but now we’re working with infrastructure as a service and platform technology, taking information–technology outsourcing to a new level. We’re working with clients to determine how much they can move to the cloud and what makes sense. Businesses and organizations are getting serious about the mobile workforce and mobile consumer, as well as business analytics.”

FAVORITE TECHNOLOGICAL GADGET: “My laptop is my everything: my mobile office, Microsoft Lync for my phone, and I’m a OneNote user. But it’s kind of worthless without an Internet connection so I have my Android phone for a mobile hotspot.”

FAVORITE PLACE: “I like big cities, so London or New York, but I also love living in Michigan and going up north in the summer, especially the Traverse City area.”

FAVORITE HOBBIES: “Traveling, golf, spending time with my family, and I’m a music lover.”

FAVORITE FOOD: “Steak.”

MY HIDDEN TALENT: “I sing and play guitar.”

HOW I WANT TO BE REMEMBERED: “As a good wife and mother, someone who was fun to hang out with, a team player, and a hard worker.”


At the annual awards reception in May 2015, one Leader & Innovator from the previous 12 months will be selected as the Leader & Innovator of the Year.