Enora “Nori Nori” Moss has nearly 20 years’ experience in television and radio broadcasting. Nori is a communications professional in Washington, D.C. currently working as a independent contractor with TB&A serving as an administrative support specialist, digital talent and producer for projects with District Department of Transportation and Prince George’s County. Prior to working with government agencies in D.C. she worked in local government for the City of Chattanooga as communications coordinator with the Mayor’s office and the Department of Youth and Family Development. While in this role Nori mentored young ladies at the local recreational centers and served on various boards and committees. Nori began her broadcasting career at Power 94.3 WJTT (TN) in 2003 as an on-air talent including becoming a traffic reporter for CBS affiliate WDEF This Morning. In addition, she worked on-air at Groove 93.5 WMPZ (TN), Streetz 94.5 (GA) and is currently on-air at Magic Baltimore 95.9 (MD) and has been featured on the nationally syndicated radio show, The Morning Hustle. When Nori is not using her voice for advocacy, she’s having fun on her podcast the “I Love The Internet Podcast with Nori Nori”. Nori is a mentor with the Media Rhythm Institute, creates meaningful content with The Wave USA and Digital Dash PR and operates a telecommunications business. Nori has a master’s degree from the University of Phoenix in Administration of Justice and Security. She is a proud child of God and was mentored by Bishop W.C. Hunter; she will continue to be of service to God first and help as many people as she can.
Mission: Nori Cares is a give back initiative dedicated to helping those that are in need of clothes, shoes and other items. This is absolutely free for the public. Look for the dates and locations for the next give back posted frequently. In March 2011 Nori Nori founded Nori Cares a not-for- profit group that help people in need. It is a give back initiative that promotes neighbors to donate slightly used or new clothing and other items to one another to keep the circle of giving going.
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