Bob More


Having lived, worked and served the Augusta and Waterville area communities for more than 45 years, Bob Moore was hired as the Augusta Food Bank’s (AFB) Executive Director in January 2020.

A graduate of Thomas College, Moore’s career path has spanned a variety of management positions in footwear manufacturing, food service sales, utilities, construction, higher education and non-profit sectors.

Since joining the AFB, Bob has overseen a 100% growth in the food bank’s procurement and distribution of food, more than tripled financial support, and raised the visibility of the AFB and food insecurity as a whole.

Prior to joining the AFB, Moore was Thomas’ Sr. VP of Advancement, overseeing the College’s development, alumni relations, career services, and event and conference services areas, leading two successful capital campaigns while increasing donor engagement and annual fundraising results five-fold. Prior to Thomas, Moore was the first employee of the Friends of the Cobbossee Watershed, a nonprofit environmental and educational organization launched in 2003 that earned local, regional, and national recognition for its innovative approaches to programming and constituent engagement, with membership growing to over 6,500 members during his seven-year tenure.

Moore was a founding board member of Camp KV for Kids, past board member and treasurer of the KVYMCA, past chair and current treasurer of the Cony High School All-Sports Boosters, and spent over fifteen years coaching youth sports at the KVYMCA, Augusta East Little League, and Augusta Babe Ruth. He was a member of Team Cony, a private citizen’s group that raised over $1.5M to help fund construction of the new Cony High School, was a member of the new Cony High School building committee, and led the fundraising efforts for Fuller Field, Cony’s new turf field.

Inducted into the Thomas College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2023, Kennebec Valley Sports Hall of Fame in 2005 and honored as Le Club Calumet’s Outstanding Citizen in 2007, Bob, wife Susan and golden doodle Abby currently reside in South China, keeping busy with their four children and eight grandchildren.

Bob Moore, Trustee