Denise Moore is a Pool Supervisor for the City of Orlando Families, Parks & Recreation. In this capacity, Denise oversees six pool facilities. Other areas under her responsibility include the development and coordination of aquatic special events, recruiting and training new lifeguards, teaching youth and adults to swim, instructing water aerobics, facility inspections, reports and all areas including that of cash management functions relating to her five pools. She returned to the City of Orlando in 2005. Minorities drown at an alarming disproportionate rate in the United States every year and is the driving passion for Moore to help as many people as possible conquer their fears and maximize their swimming potential. She started her career while a student at Florida Memorial College and worked summers at Dr. James Smith Community Center and Carter Street Community Center as a recreation lead doubling as a lifeguard. She graduated from Florida Memorial College and completed extra courses at the University of Central Florida. She holds a YMCA Lifesaving/Lifeguarding Certification, an American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor Certification, American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification, Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program Leader/Instructor Certification, Tai Chi for Arthritis Instructor/Leader Certification, National Swimming Pool Foundation Pool/Spa Operator Certification, Exercise Safety Association Fitness Professional Aquatic Fitness Leader Certification and holds a B.A. in English, a Minor in Mass Communications with emphasis in Radio/Television Broadcasting from Florida Memorial College and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Moore is married and has one wonderful daughter. She sat on PTA/PTSA and SAC at Sadler Elementary and Memorial Middle Schools where her daughter attended. Her hobbies include horseback riding, snow-skiing, reading, biking, fishing and watching all types of movies. Her most recent claim to fame is being a Mounted volunteer for Orlando Police Department riding and exercising OPD horses.