Hello! I'm Carolyn Moor
Mother + Designer + Mentor + Visionary + Interfaith Minister + Advocate = Extraordinary Life
I'm passionate, caring and like to make every day count. I call it living 'MOOR ALIVE' vs. being UNMOORED.
To my core, I believe miracles happen, faith grows, extraordinary people love unconditional, hope matters and we all can live a life of purpose that leads to leaving our own unique legacy. Every day does count and every choice matters, because you matter.
Come along with me and feel inspired.
"I find a sense of real community by inviting others to join me as I explore revolutionary ideas around healing from woundedness."
"Things I’ve learned about myself are that I love to create strong emotional bonds and experiences where all involved can communicate expressively. I use emotion to create these connections. I find a sense of real community by inviting others to join me as I explore revolutionary ideas around healing from woundedness. I’m an unconventional thinker, always somewhere out of the box, roaming where more answers are discovered. The myriad of concepts that I’m able to see comes from intuition and advocating for an untraditional point of view. I act and speak with reverence. Artistically, I’m always considering different, unique options available to us all.
Working alongside you on your own heroes journey rebirthing and rebuilding your life, in small and big ways, is where I shine using the knowledge, wisdom, and tools I’ve accumulated and hoping to share with you that we all have access to that are both practical and tangible. I invite you to reach out to me and see how I may serve your higher good in the world."
Carolyn Moor is a residential interior designer, Modern Widows Club nonprofit Founder and Advocate, a professional widow mentor and coach, an emerging author and global leader in widow education advocacy. She's spearheading and inspiring a new generation of widows to become mentors, leaders and advocates making a positive impact on communities globally.
Having been featured in the WSJ, PBS, NPR, HuffPost LIVE, The Oprah Winfrey Show, OWN, TLC, Growing Bolder and Diane Rehr Show, she's a special interest expert in bereavement, loss, grief, growth and empowerment for women facing widowhood.
She is a strategically focused, futuristic minded, heart-centered connector, out-of-the-box, passionate activator. An ENFJ with the spiritual gifts of mercy, faith and leadership.Her professional diversity as a pediatric nurse (psychology major) combined with interior design, plus Communication Studies from Pace University is her foundation along with being a faithful, compassionate believer.
After being a featured guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, she soon became the ‘Go To’ girl for many widows looking for wise counsel. She's affectionately known as 'Yoda' in those circles.
As a 1:1 mentor, she guides widows through personal transformation. With 14 million US widows nationwide and 258 million widows globally who are surviving and thriving today, the need is great. 70% of married women will become widowed and the average age is 59.
Many of these widows encouraged a lean startup for mentoring and training widow leaders, and therefore, the grassroots idea for Modern Widows Club nonprofit was born. MWC is the foremost widow research population serving to understand widows needs and finding accessible and effective solutions.
Living with something Moor
Carolyn Moor whispered three promises into her husband's ear moments before he died on Valentine's Day, 2000.
Can a promise change your life forever?
Find out in this unpredictable, humorous and spiritual journey as she tries to achieve her final promise ~ to be genuinely happy and to love again! This book demonstrates God's presence through loss and how he will ingeniously use those no longer alive to breathe new life into those who remain behind.
Cindyn: "I read this book a couple of months after my husband died. i could not put it down. Carolyn's story inspires the broken heart and brings hope for life after tragic loss. I've had the awesome pleasure of meeting her. She is genuine and her story reveals the resiliance that we all have inside of us. I recommend this book even if you haven't lost a spouse as it encourages us in how the human spirit can be restored when all seems lost!"