Mik Moore, Principal


Mik Moore is recognized as one of the leading digital media campaign strategists in the United States, combining a deep understanding of public policy with years of experience as a writer, editor, and public speaker. He is known for developing and implementing innovative efforts to harness the power of online media to create social change.


Mik is the principal and founder of Moore + Associates. He leads the firm’s strategic communications and media engagement practice. In that capacity, he develops online campaigns for social change non-profits, leaders in the philanthropic community and elected officials. Mik co-founded the pro-Obama Super PAC responsible for many of the most viral videos of the 2012 and 2008 campaigns, including Wake the Fuck Up with Samuel L. Jackson and Let My People Vote with Sarah Silverman. In 2010-2011 he played a leadership role in the successful campaign to get Glenn Beck off of Fox News. Before starting Moore + Associates in 2011, Mik was the Chief Strategy Officer at Bend the Arc: Jewish Partnership for Justice.


Mik earned a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and a BA in History from Vassar College. He lives in New York City with his wife, Deborah, and their two children.

Miriam Fogelson, Senior Associate, Strategic Initiatives and Operations


Miriam Fogelson has over a decade of experience working within the social justice nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Prior to working at Moore + Associates, Miriam provided capacity building support to groups such as the Jewish Council for Education and Research, Caring Across Generations Campaign, Resource Generation, the North Star Fund, Bend the Arc: a Jewish Partnership for Justice, and AVODAH. Miriam served as Deputy Director for Border Crossers where she initiated and implemented a communications plan resulting in an interactive website, a rebranding process and the creation of educational resources for teachers and parents. As the Director of Leadership Programs at The Lower Eastside Girls Club from 2005 – 2009, Miriam developed and led a range of programs that supported young women to develop into socially active, inquisitive and community oriented leaders.


Miriam received her Bachelors degree in Journalism from Boston University and Masters degree in International Affairs from The New School. She lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.