Alexis Moore, Esq.
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Overcoming her own domestic violence, stalking and cyberstalking, Alexis Moore found the tools and courage she needed to take back her life. She is now dedicated to helping others do the same. The founder of Survivors In Action, she, along with…Full Bio Below »
Overcoming her own domestic violence, stalking and cyberstalking, Alexis Moore found the tools and courage she needed to take back her life. She is now dedicated to helping others do the same. The founder of Survivors In Action, she, along with hundreds of volunteers, provides support for thousands of victims of stalking, cyberstalking and abuse around the globe.
As a risk management expert, Moore serves as a cyberstalking, stalking and privacy protection consultant worldwide. Her unique experience as a high-tech investigator, survivor and crime-victim advocate has driven her to the forefront of crime-victim advocacy, where she has been instrumental in the passing of ground-breaking cybercrime legislation around the globe.
A pioneer in promoting cybercrime awareness and protecting victim’s rights, Moore has provided assistance to law enforcement as well as domestic violence and victim-advocacy groups not only in the United States, but in many other countries. Her published works have directly influenced cyberstalking legislation, and she authored the first victim’s survivor guide, written to assist stalking and abuse victims in navigating through the system. Moore is frequently quoted as an expert on the topics of stalking, cyberstalking and domestic violence in the media, and has been honored for her work with the National Women of Peace Award.
Survivors In Action: Alexis Moore is the founder of Survivors In Action, an international, non-profit crime-victim advocacy organization that has provided direct support to thousands of high-risk victims of stalking, cyberstalking and abuse since September 2007.
Crime Victim Organization & Advocate Network: Moore is the creator of CVON (Crime Victim Organization and Advocate Network), the world’s first virtual network focused on uniting members of law enforcement, prosecutors, attorneys, experts and victim advocates from around the world to share information online in real time.
Women’s Media Center: Moore is a member of Women’s Media Center’s SheSource as an expert in the fields of stalking, cyberstalking, domestic violence, identity theft, and privacy protection. In February 2014, she was honored as one of the top 3 experts in the field of Violence against Women.
Alexis Moore and coauthor Laurie J. Edwards have written Cyber Self-Defense: Expert Advice to Avoid Online Predators, Identity Theft, and Cyberbullying (Lyons Press), available for presale on Amazon and due out October 7, 2014. Currently the pair are writing Alexis Moore’s story of survival and recovery from domestic violence and stalking, Out of the Shadows: The Alexis Moore Story, and a book on teen dating violence.
Moore wrote and published a parent’s guide on the topics of cyberstalking and cyberbullying in 2010, A Parent’s Guide to Cyberstalking and Cyberbullying: Protecting Your Children Is as Simple as 1-2-3. All proceeds are donated to helping victims.
She has also contributed to a wide variety of nonfiction book projects including law enforcement post-academy training manuals, self-advocacy handbooks, textbooks, blogs and legal publications from around the world on the topics of stalking and cyberstalking.
Moore has been called upon as an expert to contribute to segments on CNN, FOX, CBS, Headline News, Good Morning America, Anderson, and ID’s Who the Bleep Did I Marry?. Her story was featured on ID’s Stalked: Someone’s Watching in December 2011. She is presently participating in a documentary called The Deadly Link and is working with the national animal advocacy organization Red Rover filming a TV commercial, encouraging abuse victims to seek refuge with their pets to prevent domestic violence homicide.
She has been a guest on numerous radio shows including Clear Channel Radio, Martha Stewart Living, The Mother Love Show, Nyghtstorm Radio Atlanta and CBS Radio.
Moore has been published and quoted in hundreds of magazines and newspaper articles on the topics of stalking and cyberstalking, including the New York Times, El Periodico, London Associated Press, Law Enforcement Technology Magazine, Popular Mechanics, PC Magazine, Newsweek, Ladies Home Journal, Women’s Day, Glamour, Realtor Magazine and Canada’s Focus on the Family.
AWARDS & CERTIFICATIONS
National Women of Peace Award: The Women’s Peacepower Foundation chose Moore as the recipient of the National Women of Peace Award for her work as a consultant on high-risk cases of stalking and cyberstalking. She continues to be internationally recognized for her devotion to public service in the area of homicide prevention and assisting high-risk victims of domestic violence, stalking and cyberstalking.
Giving Fabulous Award: Alexis Moore and Survivors In Action, Inc. are recipients of the Giving Fabulous Award from retailer Midnight Velvet, recognized for their work preventing abuse against people and animals.
Certifications: Moore was selected as the first woman to be a Freedom Certified Pure Krav Maga instructor and Chain of Defense trainer.
Expertise includes: online harassment & free speech
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