Sandra Moore is the Managing Director and Chief Impact Officer of Advantage Capital, an investment adviser providing equity and debt financing to established and emerging companies located in communities that are underserved by conventional sources of capital. She is a national leader in housing and community development, active in helping several federally funded Choice Neighborhoods succeed. Prior to leading Advantage Capital, Ms. Moore served as the president of Urban Strategies, leading a team of professionals working in cities across the U.S. to help transform distressed urban core communities into vibrant, safe residential neighborhoods with new housing and good schools. She has also served as director of the Missouri Department of Labor, where she served as a member of Governor Mel Carnahan’s cabinet. She is a member of the Board of Directors for Advantage Capital, Barnes-Jewish Hospital Foundation, Illinois Facilities Fund, Loop Trolley Company, McCormack Baron Salazar Urban Initiatives CDE Advisory Committee, Missouri Historical Society, St. Louis Black Leadership Roundtable, Urban League of Metro St. Louis, Washington University National Law Council, National Blues Museum, and UMSL Chancellor’s Council. Ms. Moore holds both a B.A. in urban studies and a law degree from Washington University. She has received numerous awards, including the Washington University School of Law Distinguished Law Alumni Award and the St. Louis Community Empowerment Foundation Civic Leadership Award.