In 1996, a single mother and after nine years of employment with the Manhattan company TIAA-CREF, Deidra Moore quit her job as a commercial real estate paralegal to attend law school.
In 1999, upon graduating The City University of New York School of Law, Deidra worked as a public defender with The Legal Aid Society in Bronx County. Nearly five years later, Deidra left The Legal Aid Society to establish her own firm. In 2004, she established the Law Offices of Deidra R. Moore, P.C.
As an African American mother, wife, and advocate for change, Deidra, through her vision and her faith, set out on a journey in 2020 to educate as many of our youth about “the value in investing in themselves and in learning about their history” as possible.
In 2022, Deidra authored From Me to You: The Power of Storytelling and Its Inherent Generational Wealth—An African American Story.
Learn more at www.deidramoore.com