ROBERTA MOORE

ROBERTA MOORE,
DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL & SOCIAL SERVICES

Roberta is responsible for providing strategic oversight and direction of the ASI Medical and Social Service offerings as well as to enchance our customers experience with ASI.   Roberta’s mission is to spearhead our innovation and solutions efforts so that our offerings and support remain incrementally superior to the competition. In this position, Roberta provides direction and leadership control of our medical and human service offerings as well as operational management of our US Air Force Family Advocacy, Prince George’s County Health Department, and National Institutes of Health operations.  Roberta  brings with her the organizational skills, strategy development, and corporate executive experience that will confidently pave a path forward in strengthening our mission to continue our growth trajectory into becoming a premier Medical & Social Services provider in the Federal and Local marketplace.

Roberta is a 2016 graduate of the United States Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Emerging Leaders accelerated MBA program. Ms. Moore holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Maryland University College. Ms. Moore served as a civil servant for the Department of Defense, United States Navy for 10 years. Ms. Moore has more than 17 years of healthcare management and staffing experience. Throughout her career, Ms. Moore’s target audience has been Military Treatment Facilities throughout the United States, providing them with staff from physicians to allied health professionals. Ms. Moore has a unique combination of qualifications that enables her to optimally serve the objectives of her customers. Ms. Moore’s core capability is and has been, in providing and managing delivery of physician and multidisciplinary personal and non-personal healthcare services, including providing a broad array of physician, behavioral health, and other medical services for the United States Military in hard to fill designated locations.

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