Professor Moore’s dream day includes shopping. “I have a shopping problem,” she said. “I have a problem going into Costco.”
Realistically… don’t we all? If you have ever had Professor Moore in class, you know as well as I do she’s goofy, giggly and one of the most understanding people you’ll ever meet.
If she weren’t a public relations professional teaching us about crisis communications and everything digital, she would be a pop star.
“I want to be a Taylor Swift or something,” she said. “I remember when I was a little girl, I used to sing in the backyard hoping somebody would discover me.” I mean … who didn’t?
When asked if she could choose anyone to host for dinner, she would choose Harry Styles. I am starting to sense a theme here (and yes, I interviewed Stefanie Moore, not her daughter).
Her favorite thing to cook is anything her children would get seconds for, specifically chili mac. Do you think she would serve Harry Styles chili mac? I wonder how he would react.
In true Professor Moore fashion, every question I asked got answered with something like “that is such a hard question.” But she knew her favorite ice cream flavor: mint chocolate chip.
The most shocking thing of all: she loves to bike! She did “Pedal to the Point,” a biking fundraiser for multiple sclerosis starting in Middleburg Heights and ending at Cedar Point two years in a row. Except she did not bike back the second time; her husband picked her up.
Talking to Professor Moore is always a fun time, and she will usually say something funny or squawk like a chicken (as she did on my first day of Digital Analytics in Advertising and PR). In all seriousness, ask her a silly question every once in a while and you may just get a really fun answer.