PSRS/PEERS Welcomes Dr. Nate Moore to the Board of Trustees

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Following an uncontested election, the Board approved the addition of Dr. Nate Moore to the Board of Trustees at their April meeting. Moore will join the PSRS/PEERS Board effective July 1, 2024. Moore currently serves as assistant superintendent/CFO for the Branson School District, a position he has held since July 2020.

Moore earned his undergraduate degree from Missouri Western State University, and graduate degrees from Southwest Baptist University and William Woods University. He earned his doctoral degree in educational leadership from Lindenwood University.

With 24 years of experience in public education, Moore has been a classroom teacher, coach, building principal, superintendent and assistant superintendent. Prior to joining Branson Schools, Moore served as superintendent in the Mansfield R-IV School District for eight years.

Moore holds membership in the Missouri Association of School Administrators, American Association of School Administrators, and Missouri Association of School Business Officials. He serves as co-chair of the Greater Ozarks Association of School Business Officials and is the secretary of the board for Missouri Capital Asset Advantage Treasury.

"I am deeply honored to have been selected by my peers to serve on the PSRS/PEERS Board and am eager to contribute my skills and expertise to this vital organization,'' Moore said. "I look forward to working collaboratively with my fellow Board members to ensure the long-term financial well-being of those who have dedicated their careers to shaping future generations."

PSRS/PEERS Executive Director Dearld Snider shared his enthusiasm. "We are pleased to welcome Dr. Moore to our Board. His extensive knowledge and teaching experience, along with a fresh perspective will be an excellent addition to our Board," Snider said.

Trustee Katie Webb Joins Moore to Begin New Four-Year Board Term on July 1

Moore and incumbent Board member Katie Webb, whose current term on the Board ends June 30, 2024, will both begin four-year terms as trustees starting July 1, 2024, and serve through June 30, 2028. Moore and Webb completed the required filing qualifications to be candidates for Board seats. With two open seats and two qualified candidates, no election was required.

The seven-member Board consists of four elected and three governor-appointed trustees. Elected trustees are selected by vote of the members and retirees of both Systems