Dr. Rosie Moore
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Need a celebrity speaker or appearance at your event? Book Rosie Moore, author, nurse doula, nonprofit founder, master wedding and event planner, master travel agent, and the reigning Mrs. Michigan International
Nurse, author, and founder of The Gift of Life, Rosie Moore was crowned Mrs. Windermere International in 2017 and Mrs. Michigan International in 2018. Her journey began after her son, Kaleb (now known as “Mr. Miracle Kaleb”), was born prematurely, weighing only 1lb. 10 oz. Rosie is a devoted mother, wife, Christian, and champion for women’s physical and emotional health.
Glamour, fame, and medical work aside, exactly who is Rosie Moore? Many are surprised when they find out that, when it’s all said and done, Rosie’s just a t-shirt, shorts, and flip-flops kind of gal who loves dancing and the Lord.
“Your beauty shines from the inside out, Rosie. Having met you years ago at the wedding gown / breast cancer charity event, watching you continue helping others in so many ways and overcoming your own personal obstacles, it is brilliantly clear what an inspirational woman you are, and what a brilliant choice you’d be to wear any crown.”
Michele Talley Spencer
“No one is more deserving to receive the title of Mrs. Windermere than Rosie Moore. Her passion and dedication to working with premature infants is amazing. As one of few Master Wedding Consultants in the U.S her wedding designs are always top notch. All the best to you and congratulations.”
Jamie Overman Reiss
“Rosie is an amazing, caring, professional person. She is definitely a role model and a person everyone should strive to be. She always helps in any way she can and is always there to listen and guide people.”
“Rosie Moore is a symbol of excellence in all that she does. She wears many hats, as she gracefully multitasks as a wife, mother, author, nurse, student and so much more. Along with her beauty inside and out, her high moral ethics is also one of the reasons she represents herself and her family so well. I know if given the opportunity Rosie will represent her state with that same excellence.”
“Rosie, you are an inspiration and your admirable dedication should be well recognized working with premature infants 👶. May the Almighty God Bless and Guide you to continue doing his work. You really deserve to be crowned Mrs Windermere International- Please have faith and keep it alive.”
“The work that you do with premature babies is awesome. I was a premature baby myself and no hats would fit me to keep me warm. Your charity, The Gift of Life, provides hats that fit preemie babies to keep them warm, which is so important, for any baby. You are an inspiration to all who meet you.”
Where: Oviedo Mall Community Room 1700 Oviedo Mall Boulevard Oviedo, FL When: Sat, September 23, 2017 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT Click here to register
Where: Barnes and Noble Plaza Venezia 7900 W Sandlake Rd Orlando, FL 32819 407-345-0900 When: Saturday, August 20th, 2016 11am to 1pm
DATE AND TIME Sat, November 19, 2016 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Add to Calendar LOCATION Holy Grain Cafe 6735 Conroy Rd. Orlando, FL View Map LEARN MORE
Words from Rosie
Last year as I finished my pageant in West Virginia as Mrs. Southern States International, I said to my husband this poster-size picture that was given to me will be a gift for my dad because he always called me his little princess. I felt like Cinderella in this gown...
Do you ever wake and feel like your whole day is going to be great and then your entire morning falls apart? Sometimes we make plans for what we think our life should be like but then life throws a curveball. I travel locally for work in Gainesville, Brevard, Marion,...
Ms. Lara Spencer Good Morning America Laughs at Prince George When I was in grammar school I was the only dark-skinned Latina in my Catholic grammar school. My parents worked hard to provide their only daughter with the best education they could. But I...