Renee Amoore is an innovative, award-winning business woman who has not only made her presence known throughout the state of Pennsylvania, but also on national and international levels.
As the founder and president of The Amoore Group, Inc., a conglomerate housing three thriving entities that provide a wealth of services stemming from public relations and government affairs to corporate consulting, training and employment endeavors, and children and family services, Amoore has earned a reputation as a knowledgeable and hard-working entrepreneur, healthcare advocate, and political advisor.
As a longtime advocate of clinically-appropriate and cost-effective alternatives to expensive healthcare, Amoore began her foray into the medical field as a registered nurse with training at Harlem Hospital School of Nursing. A recipient of a bachelor’s degree from Antioch College and a master’s degree from Antioch University, Amoore has taken innovative approaches to assist individuals with behavioral health issues, addictive disorders, and mental retardation.
Following these experiences, Amoore first struck out on her own in 1995 with Amoore Health Systems, Inc. (AHS), a company designed to contribute significantly to the improved delivery, service, and quality of healthcare in the United States. In 1996, Amoore expanded her enterprise with the creation of 521 Management, Inc., which has grown to become one of Pennsylvania’s premier strategic communications firms. 521 Management’s mission is to provide services in government affairs, media and public relations, grassroots and community outreach, and corporate training. By 1999, Ramsey Educational Development Institute, Inc. (REDI) was on the scene. A non-profit agency, REDI provides a variety of services to children and adults throughout southeastern Pennsylvania. Programs focus on job readiness skills, social survival skills, and early intervention services for children.
But, while Amoore flourishes in this business environment, she has always found it important to be an active participant in shaping her community. An energetic leader, Amoore has spent much of her adult years serving on numerous professional and community organizations. She is currently involved with the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, the Chamber Executive Committee, CMS, Women Against MS, Take the Lead Event Committee, Vision 2020, and the Pennsylvania New Majority Council, while also serving as a Drexel University Trustee, a member of Drexel University’s Executive Board, the Chair of the Joint Board at Saints Memorial Baptist Church, and the Deputy Chairman of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania.
In addition to her work and her community involvement, Amoore is often in demand to appear on television and radio, sharing her insight on politics, the economy, the state of healthcare, and women’s issues due to her ability to motivate an audience with stirring and lively speeches.