Jocelyn Moore


For 20 years, Jocelyn has been a trusted advisor to bipartisan Members of Congress, CEOs, executive branch officials, and governors. With experience working across multiple disciplines, Jocelyn continues to help business executives successfully manage the most daunting political and communications challenges.

  • One of the most influential Black executives in corporate America

    Savoy Magazine

  • She is so well regarded in terms of her knowledge about the issues and personal relationships.

    U.S. Senator Ron Wyden

    National Journal

  • Notable woman in the business of sports

    Crain’s New York Business

  • Sports betting power player

    Business Insider

  • Monumental and transcendental

    U.S. Senator John D. Rockefeller IV

    Washington Post

Jocelyn's Bio

Jocelyn Moore currently serves as an independent director on the board of DraftKings, a publicly-traded technology company (NASDAQ: DKNG); OppFi, a publicly-traded financial technology company (NYSE: OPFI); and Omaze, a private fundraising company disrupting traditional philanthropy and empowering world-changing nonprofits. She is also a board member of Pallas Advisors, a strategic advisory firm specializing in national security, defense, and innovation. In October 2021, she was appointed by the Biden Administration to serve on the board of the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet Authority), a unique public- private partnership created after September 11th to provide a high-speed, nationwide, wireless broadband network for public safety.

Jocelyn is the founder and principal of her own corporate affairs consultancy. With experience working across multiple disciplines, she is a trusted advisor to CEOs, executive teams, and boards of directors on strategic communications, crisis and risk management, corporate social responsibility, operations, regulatory affairs, organizational change, as well as diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. An innovative leader, Jocelyn is known for developing creative solutions to tough business challenges.

Previously, Jocelyn was Executive Vice President of Communications and Public Affairs at the National Football League (NFL). As the NFL’s Global Chief Communications Officer, Jocelyn was a member of the executive leadership team and responsible for managing corporate affairs at the 100-year-old professional sports league. She oversaw football communications, strategic communications, corporate media relations, executive communications, internal and stakeholder communications, public policy and government affairs, corporate social responsibility, and community relations. She was also a key architect of the league’s social justice efforts.

Prior to joining the NFL, Jocelyn served as a Managing Director at The Glover Park Group (GPG; now Finsbury Glover Hering), a leading government affairs and communications consulting firm. At GPG, she counseled multiple corporate clients on a broad range of issues, including banking, finance, health care, technology, social policy, taxes, energy, insurance, and trade. She also co- led the firm’s integrated Health+Wellness practice.

Early in her career, Jocelyn spent 15 years in the United States Senate in a variety of senior roles, most recently as Deputy Staff Director of the Senate Committee on Finance, an “A” committee. As a member of the senior leadership team, Jocelyn advised on all issues before the committee relating to taxes, health care, energy, human services, pensions, Social Security, transportation, and trade.

Jocelyn serves as a director on several nonprofit boards: The District Cup Foundation Board of Directors; the West Virginia University Health System Board of Directors, where she is a member of the Quality & Patient Safety Committee; the University of Florida Foundation National Board of Directors, where she is as a member of the Audit and Nominating Committees; and the DC Rape Crisis Center Board of Directors, where she is a member of the Fundraising Committee.

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