Karen Moore Poet, Performer, Producer, Speaker, Women's Empowerment Coach. She is known as the Go to Girl on black women's empowerment and black love and intimacy. Whether on stage, in her books, conducting a webinar or course or on the radio she educates audiences through her special brand of communication with poetry, prose and on the stage incorporating music and dance. Her voice has been described by the Philadelphia Inquirer as “soft cello that oozes honey"! Her work is not only about ministering intimacy in relationships from the boardroom and communities to the living room and marriages, but also empowering black women beyond the blues from broken and bitter to healed and happy.
Always intrigued by words and language, Karen embarked on a journey using poetry, prose music and dance to stimulate conversation and create a unique and unforgettable experience for her audiences. Her productions are theatrical therapy, unapologetic, uninhibited and undeniably honest!
Karen has been awarded the Women Add Value Recognition Award by Ambassador Dr. Clyde Rivers, I Change Nations Governing Body and the Human Rights Global Commission. She has also received the Sharing My Voice Award from Black Belt Speakers and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Arts & Worship from Kayiwa International University in Uganda.