Recapping the GOP and DNC Conventions from a Tech Perspective

While accepting the Democratic Party’s nomination for President, Hillary Clinton declared “In my first 100 days, we will work with both parties to pass the biggest investment in new, good-paying jobs since World War II. Jobs in manufacturing, clean energy, technology and innovation, small business, and infrastructure.” When the Republican Party released its 2016 Party Platform, they[…]


ALA’s National Policy Convening, Discussing Youth Engagement with Technology

As a member of the American Libraries Association’s Public Policy Advisory Council, I was pleased to join ALA’s National Policy Convening to discuss youth engagement with technology: Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) and Tiffany Moore, vice president of the Consumer Technology Association (and a member of ALA’s new Public Policy Advisory Council), kicked off the session and[…]


Joining the Consumer Technology Association!

I’m excited to join the Consumer Technology Association (formerly the Consumer Electronics Association) as Vice President of Congressional Affairs! I’ve had the great fortune of working with CTA over the years and I’m excited to join the Government and Legal Affairs Team. And as you may know, CTA puts on the greatest show on earth[…]


Support the 2015 Blush Lunch Benefitting DC’s Mammovan

Imagine the following scenario. You have breast cancer. Those are the scariest four words a woman (or man) can hear. Even scarier, you don’t have the resources to pay for treatment. Fortunately, most everyone reading this has the means to pay for treatment. You’ve got health insurance and financial resources to pay for the best[…]


Vote for #SXSW Panel: Are We Giving China the Internet? ICANN Explained

SXSW’s Panel Picker is now open and accepting your vote! We hope you’ll vote for our “Are We Giving China the Internet? ICANN Explained” panel. I’m excited to participate on an amazing panel featuring Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (D-WA), Christian Dawson (Chairman and Co-Founder, Internet Infastructure Coalition), and Michele Neylon (CEO of Blacknight Solutions). But it only[…]


Tin Cup Leadership Awards Handed Out in Washington, DC

The Washington Government Relations Group, the nation’s oldest association of African-American government-relations professionals, held its 6th Annual Tin Cup Awards Dinner highlighting excellence in leadership at the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C., July 15. Here are some of the honorees and special guests. Tiffany M. Moore was awarded with the 2015 Lobbyist of the Year[…]


FPI Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday

We’ve reached the 50th anniversary of Selma’s Bloody Sunday and the Selma-to-Montgomery Voting Rights March and yet the United States faces fresh challenges on its road toward racial healing and equity, justice and reconciliation. The challenges descend from the irreconcilable conflict between democracy and slavery in the nation’s founding; they are historically and profoundly political.[…]


Moore Consulting Signs Three New Clients

TwinLogic Strategies started 2015 by signing three new tech clients: The Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition), Zebra Technologies and a nonprofit that encourages entrepreneurial innovation in the tech sector, Engine Advocacy. For the i2Coalition, the lobby firm will be working on efforts to reform U.S. government’s surveillance programs and cybersecurity issues. For Engine Advocacy, lobbyists —[…]