Biography: Johnnie Moore, Founder, The Kairos Company

From one of the world’s largest universities to Hollywood’s most prolific television producer to America’s largest churches to multiple presidential candidates to an “under the radar” board of the world’s most successful Christian businessmen and a multi-billion-dollar financial services firm, Johnnie Moore has been America’s go-to advisor when the highest level of success intersects with faith.  He works on behalf of the faith community and on behalf of those interested in it.

Johnnie Moore founded The KAIROS Company after running public and media relations across multiple sectors including higher education, entertainment, business, and politics.  He has worked with every major print, digital and broadcast outlet in North America.

He began his career at the 100,000-student Liberty University where he served as the school’s Senior Vice President for Communications during the time when Liberty University added more than 75,000 students to its annual enrollment and added more than $1.2B to its endowment and cash reserves.  He was responsible for a truly remarkable amount of national media coverage as well as a comprehensive rebranding of Liberty University in the more secularly-minded press.

After a dozen years at Liberty University, Moore was personally recruited by Emmy award winning producer Mark Burnett (Survivor, Shark Tank, The Voice, Celebrity Apprentice, Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader, The Bible, A.D. The Bible Continues, Son of God) to serve as Chief of Staff and Vice President of Faith Content for his United Artists Media Group  (an MGM company).  He was given the responsibility to service all of Mark Burnett’s  – and his producing partner/wife Roma Downey’s – interaction with the faith community from advising on script content to supervising all faith marketing and public relations initiatives for all faith and family properties.

Moore has the advantage of being both a highly skilled communications executive and a media personality himself and that experience uniquely prepares him to serve as a spokesperson and to meet the needs and preferences of his particularly high-profile clients.

PR News has named him one of America’s top young P.R. executives, Christianity Today deemed him a “who’s next” leader & the Washington Post profiled his work in a major, front page feature. He has appeared on dozens of leading television, radio, print and online outlets to provide expert analysis and commentary on various topics. He has also done so as the official spokesperson for a number of organizations on a number of issues. He is also a widely read opinion columnist whose work has appeared in The Washington Post, Fox News, Relevant Magazine and CNN. He serves on the boards of World Help, the National Association of Evangelicals, The Dream Center LA, The Influence Lab, and the World Evangelical Alliance.

As a public figure, Moore is primarily known as a humanitarian who has been called one of the “world’s most influential young leaders” and “a modern day Dietrich Bonhoeffer” as a result of his extensive work in the Middle East.  The Vicar of Baghdad named him “one of America’s foremost spokespersons for international religious freedom.”