Sonya Lee Moore

Title: Project Assistant
Location:  West Richland, Washington, United States

Sonya Lee Moore has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in project management.

A strong leader who commits herself to “always doing the right thing,” Mrs. Moore is a powerhouse in her industry because of the personal importance she places on alternative energy. She grew up in a household of environmentalists where composting and recycling were a way of life. In her early years, she would take family camping trips that were not just about spending time in the outdoors but cleaning it up as much as they could to leave it nicer than when they arrived. It was because of these experiences that Mrs. Moore committed more than four decades to her profession as a project manager. Notably, in her career, she liaised tri-party agreements between the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Department of Ecology and the Environmental Protection Agency to ensure that project milestones were met within budget and on time. She demonstrated expertise as a quality lead assurance auditor, a quality inspector of nuclear materials and paperwork, and a manager of records, projects and document verification.

Mrs. Moore concluded her career in 2011 as an environmental specialist for Flour Daniel and a project assistant for the Pacific Northwest National Library. Previously, she held roles including computer technician for SAIC, Inc., office assistant for Benton-Franklin Counties, quality assurance auditor of Elasco Services, and secretary for Westinghouse Hanford Co. Her career was supported by her education, which includes an Associate of Arts in computer science from Columbia Basin College and a Bachelor of Science in energy and environmental quality management from City University in Bellevue, Washington. She also holds certifications in lead quality assurance accredited by L. Marvin Johnson and Associates and in LAN system management accredited by Novell Education Services. Looking to the future, Mrs. Moore intends to continue enjoying her retirement but more importantly doing so in the outdoors.

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