Safe Child Immigrant Project Attorney
Equal Justice Works justice AmeriCorps Attorney Fellow
Starnes-Moore received her dual degree J.D./MBA from West Virginia University College of Law and West Virginia University College of Business and Economics after earning her B.A. in Spanish and Latin American Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before joining LSSP, she served as a legal volunteer at The Latin American Coalition’s Immigration Law Clinic, a legal intern for the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Netherlands, a student attorney with the WVU Entrepreneurship and Innovation Law Clinic, and a clerk for several law firms. Starnes-Moore joined LSSP in December 2015.
Starnes-Moore, a native Charlottean, has watched the community grow over the years and wanted to work with local nonprofits to create change in Charlotte’s community of justice and service. Fluent in Spanish with experience as a former teacher at the New Horizons Colegio Bilingue in the Dominican Republic and a previous volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate at CASA for Kids in West Virginia, she enjoys working with the youth population and wants to be a part of addressing the difficulties faced by the immigrant community. Starnes-Moore is a member of the Mecklenburg County Bar Association-Young Lawyers Division, and in her free time, she enjoys snowboarding, wake boarding and traveling every chance she gets.