Jenny Moore

Chief of Marketing & Client Development

“Don’t let your brain out-think your heart.”– Unknown

Jenny is a native Texan and a Southlake Carroll High School and Texas Tech University alum whose love of creativity and problem solving led to a career in sales and marketing. She started her career at a political consulting firm, but quickly found her way to newspaper sales where she began a long-standing client/vendor relationship with KD College Prep.

After 27 years in the media business working her way up through various sales, management, and training roles, a career change led her to join the KD College Prep family.

Fun Facts About Jenny:

What do you like best about KD College Prep?
“I get to talk with families every day about their students and work with our dedicated campus advisors on ways to make those families’ experiences better. I’m blessed to be on a team of crazy-talented people. We work really hard to tell the KD story the way it deserves to be told to people who don’t know us.”

What is your List of Loves?
“My two sports-playing kids are grown, but my husband and I are still huge fans. My son is a high school football and baseball coach and we love watching those games, too. I am a die-hard Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys, and Red Raiders fan. I am a voracious reader of fiction (especially science fiction, horror, political intrigue, etc.), love movies, 70’s and 80’s classic rock, working in my yard, and painting. We love road trips to state and national parks and will retire to our piece of heaven in east Texas where we’ll fish all day long.”

What is something interesting about the school you attended?
“Did you know that Southlake Carroll used to be a very small, very rural country high school? Some of my good friends either rode their horse or drove their tractors to school from time to time. It was a fantastic experience for me growing up, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Oh yeah, and I was the Dragon mascot for a year, too. Don’t tell anyone…”

What would you go back and say to your 16-year-old self?
“Treasure Mom and Dad and listen to them. They know so much more than you give them credit for…and they will be gone way too soon.”