Who is Renee Amoore?
Renee Amoore was an American health care advocate, political, and business leader. She served as the Deputy Chair of the Pennsylvania Republican Party and founder and president of The Amoore Group, which included Amoore Health Systems, Inc., 521 Management Group, Inc., and Ramsey Educational and Development Institute, Inc.
Amoore has received numerous awards which include Pennsylvania’s Best 50 Women in Business, National Registry of Who’s Who, Black Achievers Award, Pennsylvania’s Honor Roll for Women, NAACP Award for Community Service in Education, and the “Class of ’98” from Main Line Today magazine. She was also honored by Elizabeth Dole as an Outstanding Entrepreneur for her achievements in the business community.
For a long time, she has served as an advocate of clinically appropriate and cost-effective alternatives to more expensive care. She has earned an enviable reputation for innovative treatment approaches for persons with mental illness, addictive disorders, mental retardation, and others.
How Old is Renee Amoore?
Amore was 67 years old at the time of her death on May 4, 2020. She was born on January 24, 1953, in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Renee Amoore Family
Amoore was born as one of eight girls in a working-class family to John Ramsey, a school bus driver, and Juanita Ramsey, a domestic worker, and nurse.
Renee Amoore Education
Amoore attended the Harlem Hospital School of Nursing in New York City. She then became the head emergency room nurse at Harlem Hospital. Amoore earned a bachelor’s degree at Antioch College while working as evening and night program coordinator at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic.
In 1982, she earned a master’s degree in administration from Antioch University.
Renee Amoore Husband
Amoore was married to Joseph Amoore. The couple has a daughter, Cherie.
Renne is the founder and president of The Amoore Group, which includes Amoore Health Systems, Inc., 521 Management Group, Inc., and Ramsey Educational and Development Institute, Inc. The firms provide economic development and job creation opportunities, government liaison, marketing, and public relations services at both corporate and educational training programs.
Renee Amoore Career
She was elected as a member of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania in 1992. She was then elevated to the Deputy chair position in 1996. Amoore was appointed to serve as an alternate delegate to the Pennsylvania Delegation at the Republican National Convention in San Diego in 1996. She also chairs the Pennsylvania New Majority Council.
Her activities expanded to international levels as she coordinated progressive programs in South Africa in conjunction with its newly formed government. She served as Chairman of Gov. Tom Ridge’s Advisory Committee on African American Affairs. She was also named as a member of the newly formed Human Resources Investment Council in 1998.
Renee Amoore Death
Amoore died on Monday Evening, May 4, 2020. The cause of her death was not announced.
Renee Amoore Net Worth
Amoore’s net worth is not yet revealed to the public.