Terrie is a visionary leader who has the innate ability to identify trends and position Moore for success. She is passionate about growing business, developing employees and cultivating a culture that makes Moore a place where talented people want to stay.
As president, she relishes in going after big clients and always brings her best to every conversation and project. And while Terrie and Moore maintain a fast pace, employees can count on her to send encouraging emails, ask about their families and acknowledge their work.
As Moore prepares to celebrate its 25th year, Terrie is focused on expansion and working with clients who are making a positive difference in the world. Under her leadership, Moore has been ranked as a top-75 firm in the nation by O’Dwyer’s and included in Inc. magazine’s list of the top 5,000 fastest-growing companies.
Terrie oversees the firm’s account servicing and production teams. She brings to the role more than 20 years of marketing and business strategy experience in industries including health care, education, workforce development, retail and agriculture. She is an expert in corporate positioning and branding, communications strategy and crisis communications.
Terrie’s leadership has been the foundation for Moore’s workplace culture. Team members can bring their pets to the office, participate in the company wellness program and leave early on Flex Fridays. Thanks in large part to her vision, Moore has been named a Florida Trend Best Place to Work and received the National Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award by The American Psychological Association.
Before joining Moore, Terrie led national marketing campaigns at the Florida Department of Agriculture. A graduate of Florida State University with a bachelor’s degree in communications, Terrie is Accredited in Public Relations (APR) and a Certified Public Relations Counselor (CPRC). She has been recognized as one of 850 Magazine’s “40 Under 40” and is a recipient of the Florida Public Relations Association Stanley Tait Award for Leadership.
Terrie is a member of the Executive Committee for the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce. Her favorite part of the day is driving her daughter to school in the morning. The quality time and conversation ground her and prepare her for the busy day ahead.
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Beth Corum joined Capital City Bank in January 2006 as chief people officer. In 2020, she was named chief operating officer, where she directs all operations and market management delivery for the Bank. As a member of the Capital City Bank executive management team, her primary responsibilities include oversight of IT, loan and deposit operations, facilities management, human resources, omnichannel delivery, management for the various retail markets within the franchise, information security and disaster recovery.
During Beth’s tenure as chief people officer, Capital City Bank has been consistently listed among Florida Trend magazine’s “Best Places to Work”; Georgia Trend magazine’s “Best Places to Work”; and American Banker magazine’s “Best Banks to Work”.
Beth earned a master’s degree in communications from Florida State University and has an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of Tennessee. She also holds the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation.
Beth has served in numerous volunteer leadership roles in the Tallahassee community. She has served as chairman of the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce Board and Executive Committee, and in 2015, served as campaign chairman for the United Way of the Big Bend, raising more than $4.3 million for human and social services needs.
In 2020, Beth was awarded the Julian V. Smith Community Service Award by Capital City Bank and was selected by Tallahassee Woman Magazine as the 2019 “R.E.D. Woman of the Year.” She also has the distinction of being among the Tallahassee Democrat’s “25 Women to Know” in Tallahassee. She is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee Class XXVI and Leadership Florida Class XXXI.
A Civil Engineer and Tallahassee native, Richard joined Moore Bass Consulting in 2014 after working as an engineer and construction project manager for a large developer in North Florida. Richard has over 16 years of engineering design experience and has managed construction projects from inception to close-out. He specializes in industrial, large-scale economic development projects bringing job growth and positive community impacts. Richard is active in the community through his volunteerism serving on community boards such as the Urban Land Institute, the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce, and Access Tallahassee.
Sue Dick has served as President/CEO of the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce since 1999. The Chamber is a 501(c) 6 organization, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and has been accredited by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce as a Four-Star Gold Ranking.
She is responsible for the oversight of a $3 million budget and manages a membership base of more than 1,200 local and regional businesses, representing over 70,000 employees. Affiliated programs of the Chamber include: Tallahassee Chamber Foundation, World Class Schools, Access Tallahassee and Leadership Tallahassee – – including Opportunity Tallahassee and Youth Leadership Tallahassee.
Sue’s current leadership positions include:
- Tallahassee International Airport – Advisory Committee
- KCCI – Advisory Committee
- United Way of the Big Bend – Board of Directors
- Choose Tallahassee Board of Director’s
- Urban Land Institute North Florida Chapter – Board of Directors
Active industry involvement within the American Chamber of Commerce – Major Cities Council and former board member of the Florida Association of Chamber Professionals. A strong advocate for community involvement, she is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee Class 16, a graduate of Leadership Florida Class XXIV, and serves on several community-related boards.
Sue was recognized by Bethel Missionary Baptist Church as one of the first honorees for its inaugural “Small Business Appreciation Sunday”. She has also been named as one of “25 Women You Need To Know” by Tallahassee Democrat, and was recognized as “Entrepreneurial Advocate of the Year” by the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship.
A graduate of Florida State University, Sue and her husband Bobby are proud parents of daughter Jordan and son Jackson
Ted became a member of our team in 2003 as an Account Executive, and served in various roles throughout his service to the company before becoming its President in 2016. He is a graduate of the University of Florida, completed the Harvard Business School Executive Education High Potentials Leadership Program, and currently serves on various security industry boards and advisory councils. Ted currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce and Maclay School, and is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee Class 29. He and his wife, Haley, have two daughters.
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Sha`Ron James is an Of Counsel Shareholder on the Government Affairs team at Gunster. Sha`Ron has nearly two decades of experience providing forward thinking, strategic and regulatory advice to clients on a number of business and economic development matters.
Sha’Ron most recently served as the Insurance Consumer Advocate for the state of Florida, where she represented the general public and insurance consumers before state regulators and the courts. As a policyholder advocate, Sha`Ron championed key healthcare legislation that led to reforms in unfair consumer billing practices, intervened in triple digit long-term care insurance rate filing requests and in the proposed merger and acquisition of two of the largest health insurance carriers in the country.
Sha’Ron was appointed to this role by State Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater after her tenure as Division Director of the Florida Department of Financial Services’ Division of Rehabilitation and Liquidation, where she directed the operation of over 48 highly complex receivership estates with entrusted assets totaling over $1.4 billion dollars. Sha’Ron has extensive experience as a lobbyist and legislative advocate, having championed key legislation and public policy reforms that have been modeled in states around the country. As a result of her legislative advocacy, Sha’Ron has been cited in national publications such as the Kaiser Family Foundation, the Brookings Institution, and Consumers Union. She has also been invited to present to the National Governors’ Association, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, and the United States House of Representatives Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions.
Through her public service and civic engagement, Sha`Ron has earned an outstanding reputation in the community for her leadership and commitment to civic, charitable and professional organizations, garnering her the trust and respect of some of the state’s most influential decision makers. A member of Leadership Florida Class 37, Sha`Ron currently serves as the President of the National African American Insurance Association of Florida, and Chair of Leadership Tallahassee.
Sha’Ron received her Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Florida A & M University, a Master of Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs at Syracuse University, a Juris Doctor from the University of Florida, and an Advanced Project Management certification from Stanford University.
Alan B. Keesee is Chief Executive Officer of HCA North Florida Division’s Capital Regional Medical Center. His responsibilities include oversight of a fully-accredited 266-bed facility with more than 1,200 employees and 400 physicians, as well as three free-standing Emergency Departments (two opening in 2019), and a Cancer Center.
Alan has been with HCA for 10 years, most recently serving as Chief Operating Officer at Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center and Sunrise Children’s Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada. He previously served within the North Florida Division as Chief Operating Officer at Capital Regional Medical Center as well as Associate Chief Operating Officer at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital in Richmond, Virginia.
Alan obtained his Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University and Bachelor of Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is also a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
As Principal and Co-Founder of ALW, Rodney Lewis is one of the architectural visionaries behind many of the firm’s award-winning work. He is a recognized leader in commercial and residential design. His dedication to architectural excellence has set the pace for the firm’s challenging, innovative, and collaborative atmosphere since 2000. Rodney oversees many of the firm’s projects through every phase. From initial analysis, through planning, design development, and construction phases, he stays deeply involved; a true testament to the power of the hands-on, personable approach that defines our firm’s operational philosophy. Rodney has close to 30 years of design and management experience, and his portfolio includes some of today’s most critically lauded large-scale education, office, retail and mixed-use developments in Tallahassee and the North Florida region.
John entered the Commercial Real Estate Business in 2006 and has since successfully assisted, buyers, sellers, tenants, investors, and landlords in almost all aspects of the commercial real estate business including but not limited to commercial real estate brokerage, site selection, leasing, valuation, landlord representation, tenant representation and investment analysis. John was recently recognized as NAI Global’s 2018 and 2019 Top Producer Globally for Tertiary Markets (pop <2,000,000) as well as 2018 and 2019’s Top Producer for the State of Florida!
John is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee (Class 33), a graduate of the Florida Retail Masters Program, a board member of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tallahassee, a current member of the Tallahassee Young Entrepreneurs Organization, a 2013-20014 selection to the KCCI Community Catalyst Program, an active member of the Tallahassee Board of Realtors, and the Florida Association of Realtors.
Aaron Milner is the President of Johnson + Milner, Inc. (J+M) a Structural Engineering Firm established in Tallahassee in 2013. Aaron founded the firm with George Johnson, Jr and Primus Mtenga. Aaron and George met each other working together at another local Engineering Firm. Primus was Aaron’s Professor and Mentor. After working together for several years, the three shared a desire to create a practice to produce high-quality, functionally efficient, budget-conscious engineering that gratifies and inspires the end user. Thanks to the support of their former employer, they were able to get a solid foundation to create the new venture. With the addition of another engineer, Marlon Hill, J+M has a competent staff that can take on any challenge.
Though J+M is young, their team has had numerous years of experience previously taking the role of design leaders in some of the most technically challenging and rigorous building types, for example: healthcare, higher education, commercial, residential, and specialty engineering. They take pride in cultivating long-term client relationships by focusing on forming lasting associations with clients based on genuine interest in each client’s unique goals, strengths, strategies, and direction. The J+M team has tried, since its inception, to be frequent contributors to various community groups both monetarily and by giving time. With their work ethic they pride themselves on treating every client with care no matter the magnitude of the project.
In 2019, J+M was honored to be acknowledged as the 2019 Minority Enterprise of the Year by the Office of Economic Vitality and Big Bend Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Committee which recognizes the diligent efforts and contributions of minority owned firms in Tallahassee and its surrounding areas.
Born and raised in Savannah, GA, Aaron came to Tallahassee in 2000 to receive his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the Florida A&M University, College of Civil Engineering. He served in the US Army Reserve (2000-2014) and completed two tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. He is also a graduate of the Entrepreneurial Excellence Program (EEP) (2014) and the Jim Moran Institute Small Business Executive Program (2016).
He currently serves as a Board of Directors member for the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce. Aaron is grateful for the opportunity to advocate for Construction and Development in the city that adopted him and became his home.
Tallahassee native Shawn Roberts attended Auburn from 1991 – 1995 where he graduated with a B.S. in Building Sciences and Commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the USAF through ROTC program.
Shawn was on active Duty between Hurlburt Field and Eglin AFB, Florida as a Contracting Officer on Base Ops Programs and some Munitions Development. He ended his Active Duty commitment in 1998 and worked for a large construction firm in Atlanta, but stayed in Reserve Status in USAF.
He returned home to Tallahassee in 1999 and worked for two local companies in construction including managing a satellite office in Jacksonville, FL. He started his own branch of a construction company in 2005 with a good friend and two other partners, and managed that branch and the company operations until 2010.
Shawn joined Mad Dog Construction in 2010 where he climbed the ladder professionally and was named COO in 2012 and President in 2020. His current role is President and CEO of Mad Dog Construction.
Shawn has served on various boards including but not limited to – Associated Builders and Contractors from 2000-2002, Tallahassee Chamber from 2018 to present, LT Class 31 graduate, Kearney Center Taskforce for COVID-19 related Homelessness Issues, and several Church Boards.
Ron Sachs is one of Florida’s and America’s most accomplished media consultants, with exceptional experience in the creation and execution of broad-based public education campaigns, branding, social/digital media, and high-wire crisis management. Ron is also a veteran communicator with an extensive background in daily news journalism and government communications, and an Emmy Award-winning former newspaper, magazine, and television journalist. His thought leadership and ideas have created projects that generate local, statewide, national, and worldwide attention on issues as diverse as financial literacy, hurricane safety, safe driving, non-partisan political dialogue, and even rock ‘n roll.
Ron has served two Florida governors as senior communications counsel. The former chairman of the highly regarded statewide organization Leadership Florida, Ron has created high-profile, memorable PR opportunities for events in the public, private, and non-profit sectors, generating valuable exposure throughout every medium – statewide, nationally, and globally.
Ron’s political counsel is often sought and valued by public officials from Florida’s city halls and Capitol to the nation’s capital. His firm, Sachs Media, is the dominant integrated communications firm in Florida and was named by Forbes magazine one of the nation’s best 200 PR firms for 2021, with the top five-star ranking. He joined the faculty of the Graduate School of Banking at LSU in 2020 where he teaches the Junior required course on Communications and Crisis Management.
While working his way through college, Danny Shrine founded Full Press Apparel, Inc. in 1997 right before graduating from Tallahassee Community College. Through one of his first customers, Danny met Tracey, his now partner, CEO and Co-Owner of Full Press, and they married in 2001. After getting engaged to Danny, Tracey moved from Gainesville, FL to Tallahassee, FL and transferred to Florida State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in both criminology and Psychology. They have two amazing boys, Aiden and Brendan, and two fur babies, Boots and Bailey.
In 2006, Tracey joined Danny as his business partner at Full Press and helped grow the business significantly in sales, client reach and employees. In 2018, Danny and Tracey purchased a promotional products franchise, Adventures in Advertising, and started a new clothing company, TD Fanwear, which specializes in niche apparel solutions for FSU retail product offerings.
Although Full Press works with clients nationwide, Tracey and Danny are first focused on serving their local community. Full Press has been recognized as Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce Manufacturing Business of the Year (2015), multiple-time winner of Leon County Schools Partner of the Year, Best of Tallahassee and Tally Awards. Full Press provided critical funding to launch TCC’s Digital Rial Project, and they also financially support programs at FSU and FAMU.
Danny is a member of Tallahassee Sunrise Rotary, serving in many capacities including President 2007-2008. He serves on the TCC Foundation’s Board of Directors and is an inductee in the TCC Alumni Hall of Fame. He is a member of LT36 and serves on the Board of Directors of the Rotary Youth Camp.
Todd Sperry is a Principal and Co-Founder of OliverSperry Renovation & Construction, a leading Commercial General Contractor established in Tallahassee, alongside his business partner and high-school friend Bill Oliver in 2007. After seeing an opportunity in the market and realizing they had the perfect combination of skills and expertise, the pair decided to specialize in Commercial Renovation. Todd’s official role is VP and CFO, but he prefers the title of “Head Dreamer and Schemer.” The UF Building Construction graduate has 38 years of Commercial Construction and Development experience, as well as nearly 30 years of Business-Management experience with five start-ups under his belt.
Todd Sperry’s family moved to Tallahassee in 1972. After earning a degree in building construction from the University of Florida in 1983, he joined the family construction business Sperry and Associates. Todd became the President and CFO of the Company in 1993. In the mid 1990s he led the formation of two businesses, Commercial Repair and Renovation and also Metal Building Services. In 2001 he was recruited by the ST. Joe Company to build a construction division within the ST. Joe land company. Projects of significance while at St. Joe included the 2003 HGTV dream house and the 1,500 acre River Camps at crooked Creek where he managed a $40 million construction budget. In 2007 he led the formation of Oliver Renovation and Construction and also Kimmel Development Services with partners. Todd’s current role is Vice President/CFO of OliverSperry Renovation, which is a General Contractor specializing in Commercial Renovation. His unofficial title is “Head schemer and dreamer”.
Todd has always been invested in community service. From 2003-2008 he advised Leon County School’s Citizen Oversight Committee the administration of ½ penny sales tax. He was the Chairman of the Board of the United Way 2006. He is a Founding member of Sustainable Tallahassee 2008. He was a member of TCC’s Capital Campaign Cabinet 2016. He was Chairman of Chamber of Commerce in 2010, received The Godfrey Smith Past Award 2019 and a member of Blue Print Sales Tax Committee.
Todd has been a part of two businesses that have been selected ‘Small Business of the Year’ by the Chamber: Sperry & Associates in 2000 and OliverSperry Renovation in 2016. Todd and his wife Jodi, of 35 years, have a son and a daughter.
A fourth-generation Tallahassee Native, founder Mat Tharpe brings an elevated level of expertise and professionalism to every project he serves in the Big Bend area. With personalized attention to detail, Mat is committed to each step of the construction process, from concept to execution, to ensure smooth project development that is efficient and pleasant for all involved. Bringing more than a decade of industry experience, Mat engages a trusted network of subcontractors to deliver superior quality results in a variety of construction projects.
A devoted member to the community, Mat counts building the Extreme Makeover House in 2009 as one of the highlights of his career. As the senior project manager, it was a challenging yet rewarding experience to construct a home in four and a half days. Mat is active in local non-profit foundations throughout the community and resides in Tallahassee with his wife, Jess, and their two children.