Shelby Moore

Shelby Moore

Age: 24

Spouse: Dalton

Children: —

Occupation and place of work: Executive Director of Heartlinks Hospice & Palliative Care

Best thing about living in the Yakima Valley is: The people, the agriculture, the weather, and the wine.

When I was a child, I wanted to grow up to be: The President of the United States.

First job I ever had was: Volunteer Coordinator in local government.

The most famous person I’ve met is: Congressman Dan Newhouse.

The best gift I ever received was: Food! My husband cooks dinner every night, and it is the greatest gift!

The best piece of advice I ever received was: You are never done with something until you have accomplished all you set out to do or done everything you can do to fix it.

My favorite food is: Pizza.

One of my most memorable moments, besides getting married or having children was: Graduating from the University of Montana with my Master’s Degree in Public Administration.

If I could witness any event past, present, or future, I would want to see: The signing of the Declaration of Independence.

The person I’d like to meet, sit with and talk to for an hour is: Amy Poehler.

I’d love to learn how to: Play the Piano.

The furthest I have been away from home is when I went to: Maui for my honeymoon.

My favorite leisure activity or hobby is: Hiking.

If I didn’t have to worry about money, I’d spend my time: Volunteering for several nonprofit organizations, growing grapes, and making wine.

The one word that best describes me is: Optimistic.

If I could change one thing about myself it would be: To slow down and celebrate the small victories.

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