Trendsetter to Know: Pat Moore, Principal & Employee Benefits Consultant

Name: Pat Moore

Age: 39

Title: Principal, Employee Benefits Consultant

Married/Single: Married

Kids: Landon (boy, 7 years old), Berkeley (girl, 4 years old)

City you live in: Phoenix

A typical day in my life includes… work, kids, sports, family time

I was born… in New Orleans, LA

My favorite thing about Arizona… it’s not California!

I’m listening to… The Lumineers, Glass Animals, AJR, Chris Stapleton

My family… is the world to me

If I could have dinner with anyone, it would be… Pat Tillman

One thing I cannot live without… Coffeeor sweets

When I was younger, I wanted to be… a professional golfer or fighter pilot 

I’m inspired by… Military Veterans

The one person who motivates me is… My kids

If I could change anything in the world, it would be… to provide all children with the necessary resources, education, and opportunities in order to be positioned for success in life.  That or ban social media!

The perfect day would be… sleep in, work out, golf or pickleball with friends, happy hour at JT’s Bar & Grill, dinner at Steak 44.

My first job was… working concerts/events for Hensley in college

My favorite escape… Golf or hot yoga

My life… is blessed.  Lucky to have a healthy family and great friends.

I’m currently working on… Patience

Always… ASU

Never… UofA

Favorite Quote… “Where’d who go?” -Goose (Top Gun)

Biggest Dream… my kids being happy and successfulthroughout life.  I’d also like to fly in a jet!

My Pet Peeve(s)… People who don’t hold doors open for others, people who don’t clean up after themselves,“experts”,and politics.

Bio-on yourself/company: 39 years old and lifelong Phoenician who went to Washington High School then played golf at ASU from 2001-’05.  Currently live in the Arcadia area with my wife, Audrey, and two kids, Landon (7) and Berkeley (4).  I’m a Principal and Employee Benefits Consultant at MJ Insurance. I was recently a co-chairman for the Phoenix Children’s Golf Tournament that raised a record-breaking $1.1 million for the patients and families at Phoenix Children’s.

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