Moore joined the Delta Waterfowl Board in the spring of 2021. He is the founder and chairman of Woodland Foods, headquartered in Waukegan, Illinois.
A native of Traverse City, Michigan, Moore attended Ripon College in Wisconsin and was a former World Cup ski racer and member of the Lake Forest City Council.
His current professional activities include serving on the Board of Governors of Lake Forest Open Lands and as a sustaining fellows member of The Art Institute of Chicago. He is the current president of The Swan Lake Duck Club in Illinois, and an active member of the Driftless Area Consevancy, the Audobon Society, the International Crane Foundation, Pheasants Forever, the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust, the Boone and Crockett Club, and the Atlantic Salmon Federation. Additionally, Moore is a life sponsor of Delta Waterfowl, chairman of the board of the Ruffed Grouse Society, campaign chair of the “Our Forests, Our Future” effort, and serves on the President’s Council of Ducks Unlimited.
Moore lives in Lake Forest, Illinois, with his wife, and has four children. He enjoys fishing, hunting, skiing, camping, traveling, canoeing and spending time with his family.
He was introduced to hunting and fishing at an early age by his father. Moore said, “I loved it so much, it ultimately led me to pick a college near a marsh, where I duck hunted so much, I almost didn’t graduate.”
As president of the Swan Lake Club, he was introduced to the work of The Duck Hunters Organization by Delta’s Chairman of the Board, Michael Mooney. Moore saw it as a logical and beneficial continuation of his activities in widlife conservation and support of hunting traditions.
He said, “I hope to use my experience in chairing capital campaigns for other conservation organizations to help raise more money for Delta Waterfowl in the future.”