In 2018, in addition to his other duties at Hektoen, Levi Moore was charged with serving as the Foxglove Alliance Coordinator. He is an Illinois public policy subject matter and not-for-profit management expert. Connected to his work with the FGA and Hektoen, he is:
- Co-founder and coordinator of the Illinois Drug Reuse Opportunity Program (I-DROP);
- A member of the Illinois Association of Free & Charitable Clinics Board of Trustees and Advocacy & Policy Committee Chair;
- The West Side United (WSU) Anchor Committee Co-Chair and member of WSU’s small business grant and impact investment working groups;
- A member of the Chicago Area Patient Centered Outcomes Research Network (CAPriCORN) Patient Community Advisory Committee;
- A member of the Illinois Medical District Arts Council; and
- A member of the Chicago Healthcare Workforce Collaborative Youth Pathways Committee.
Outside of Hektoen and the FGA, he is:
- Chairman – Emeritus of the Board of Directors of Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV);
- A member of the Chicago Area Public Affairs Group; and
- A mentor for undergraduate students in Northwestern University’s Alumni Mock Case Program.
Just prior to working with Hektoen, he was the Executive Director of the National Veterans Art Museum, President of the Six Corners Business Association, and a City of Chicago Special Service Area Commissioner. Earlier in his career, Moore was the primary City of Chicago and federal lobbyist for the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce and served as the second-in-command of the Illinois Department of Commerce & Community Affairs as a cabinet member under then Governor Jim Edgar. He is an East St. Louis, IL native and a graduate of Northwestern University with a B.S. in Journalism and graduate level work in political science.