Dan Moore Sr.

Title: Founder and President
Company: APEX Museum
Location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Dan Moore Sr., Founder and President of the APEX Museum, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership.

Since 1978, Mr. Moore has found success as the founder and president of the African American Panoramic Experience Museum, or APEX Museum, in Atlanta, Georgia. The museum is located in a historic African American area of Atlanta in a 100-year-old building constructed by African American masons. It is across the street from a more than 100-year-old business started by Alonzo Herdon, a formerly enslaved person. Mr. Moore is proud of founding the oldest Black history museum in the city of Atlanta. In his current post, he oversees all operations in the museum.

Prior to founding the APEX Museum, Mr. Moore was an accomplished filmmaker. He worked as the president of Omega Films in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was additionally the president of Image 7 Inc. In Atlanta. He produced, wrote, and directed “A New Time for a New Voice,” “Sweet Auburn Street of Pride,” and “The Journey.” Additionally, Mr. Moore produced “Welcome Home” and “On Patrol for God.” He co-authored “Black Codes in Georgia” in 2006 and authored “Sweet Auburn: Street of Pride” in 2007 and “Guide to Nonprofit Development” in 2012.

For his accomplishments, Mr. Moore is the recipient of an award from the State of Georgia and has received numerous awards from more than 15 organizations. He has been the founder and president of Marrow for Life Inc. since 2006, an organization dedicated to educating the public on leukemia and the importance of marrow and umbilical cord blood banking. Among his achievements, Mr. Moore is proudest of founding the APEX Museum. In the coming years, he hopes to erect a building on a lot owned by the museum and use the property for special exhibitions of African American history.

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