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Our Vote, the Great Equalizer

by: Betty McKenzie Moore

The United States of America is also known as “The Melting Pot” and “An Experiment in Democracy.”  As Americans, we are descendants of many other countries or nations.  Whether we are descendants of Native Americans who were the original inhabitants of this land; descendants of Pilgrims who came here on the Mayflower; descendants of Slaves forced to come here from their lands in Africa; descendants of Immigrants fleeing oppression in other countries, no matter how we got here or what adjectives we use to identify ourselves with such as Native American, White American, African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, Latino American, etc. — we are all “Americans.”

Just as our American heritage is different, we as Americans have different backgrounds in education, religion, upbringing, wealth and financial status, from the extremely rich to the extremely poor.  No matter our differences, we have “ONE” great “Equalizer” – OUR VOTE.  We all get just “ONE VOTE.” Sometimes factions will try to suppress it, deny it, destroy it, not count it.  But as Americans we all Get this Great Equalizer. No person gets more than one and no one person’s vote counts more than another.  Americans don’t weigh it or factor it; We Exercise It.  Our Vote, the Great Equalizer, gives us Equal Power in the participation of Democracy in the greatest country on earth…The United States of America.

It is our Voice… It is our Power…It is our Great Equalizer!


Congratulations, You Passed!

Congratulations, You Passed!The Employment Front is proud to announce the newly published book: Congratulations, You  Passed! Test-Taking Techniques &  Tips for Passing Exam, by Betty McKenzie Moore. This book is a must read it you are preparing to pass any important Exam in your career. On Sale now at Amazon. Click here to go directly to the book page:


Betty McKenzie Moore receives Diamond Award

FAYETTEVILLE, GA. — On November 13, 2010 at the Not Alone Foundation Diamond Awards Gala, Betty McKenzie Moore, founder and President of The Employment Front, received the Corporate Enterprise Diamond Award. Held at The Greater Travelers Baptist Church in Decatur, GA, the star-studded event honored individuals in the entertainment and business worlds who through their perseverance and success have made a significant impact on their industries.

The Not Alone Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance and medical resources for chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients and their families.  According to Mark Dodd, CEO of the Not Alone Foundation, “the caliber of honorees, sponsors and attendees demonstrates the generosity and concern from both our local community and people across the country to support such a worthy cause.”

Cari Dominquez, former Chair of the U.S. Equal  Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), presented the award to Ms. Moore. Ms. Dominquez told the audience, “Betty McKenzie Moore is a nationally and internationally recognized expert and advocate for the employment of  people with disabilities, and especially for returning Veterans wounded in service to our country. It is with Great, Great admiration for her work and dedication that I present a 2010 Diamond Award for Corporate Enterprise to Betty McKenzie Moore.”


Leadership by example

“Over the past  years, I have had the distinct privilege of collaborating with Betty McKenzie Moore from two distinct perspectives: both as a volunteer leader, as well as a client.

Betty and I began  working together in 1998 as  volunteer leaders for the Atlanta Industry Liaison Group, and most recently in our ability to successfully host the 2009 NILG Conference.  In addition, I have worked with Betty as a client to support her business needs for recruitment consulting services during her tenure with ADP. In my experience in working with  her as both a volunteer leader and as a client, she has exemplified the premise of “Leadership by Example.” Her business savvy and ability to build consensus across a team – often times in the face of complex  issues –  make her a rare talent. When collaborating with Betty, there is never a doubt that together you will be accomplishing feats that would otherwise not be feasible without her passionate leadership.”

– Jeff  Baker, Vice President, Pinnacle Affirmative Action Services LLC