- This article is about the legislator. For other uses, see Mary Moore (disambiguation).
Moore completed a bachelor of science at Tuskegee University in 1970, earned a certificate in medical technology at UAB in 1971, and completed a master's in business administration at Alabama A&M University in 1983. From 1971 to 2000 she worked as a medical technologist for the Birmingham VA Medical Center. She served on the Birmingham Board of Education from 1998 to 2002. She is a former president of the Acipco-Finley neighborhood and also served on the Birmingham Industrial Water Board and the board of the Birmingham Trade Mart.
Moore has been criticized for making controversial statements. In 2012 she used the term "retarded" to insult Birmingham News education reporter Marie Leech. In 2013 she described the Alabama Accountability Act as establishing "the new confederacy, where a bunch of white men are now going to take over black schools."
Moore is a member of Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church. She has one son, Michael.
|Alabama State Representative, District 59
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