NAFTC’s Judy Moore earns WVU “Climb Higher” recognition

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October 7, 2015 by NRCCE News

Judy Moore, NAFTC

Judy Moore is the assistant director of Communications and Outreach at the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium.

Morgantown, W.Va. – Congratulations to Judy Moore who was recognized today (Oct. 7) by West Virginia University‘s “Climb Higher” campaign. Judy is the assistant director of Communications and Outreach at the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium.

Climb Higher acknowledges Mountaineers who are helping WVU improve lives; people who go the extra mile to help the university grow in impact and stature.  Nominations are submitted by coworkers and supervisors.  Judy’s nomination reads as follows:

“Judy Moore puts the effort into making her employees at the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium succeed. She keeps them informed about all that is going on. She works with them to show how what they do helps the department. She makes sure they have the training they need, while seeking ways to help her do her job better. Judy readily accepts and seeks tasks outside of her comfort zone. She makes sure that everything that goes outside of the NAFTC reflects highly upon the department and the University.

Judy represents the department and the University at meetings, conferences and other gatherings of state and national leaders in the alternative fuel vehicle industry. Through her efforts, the NAFTC has received numerous marketing and communications awards. Judy makes everyone in the department a better employee through her work and example.”


Judy Moore, center, discusses environmental jobs with 8th graders at a middle school career fair in Monongalia County, W.Va. Photo: NAFTC.

We know Judy will be pleased but also a little embarrassed by the nomination because to her she’s just doing her job.  But to her co-workers, she’s helping them and the NAFTC climb higher.every day.

Thank you, Judy, and congratulations once again.


See: WVU Today
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Contact:  Bill Davis, NAFTC director


Headquartered at West Virginia University, the National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) consists of National and Associate Training Centers located nationwide from Maine to California. Each center provides Training with Impact through its experienced instructors and real-world shop facilities. Numerous other members from small businesses, government, and industry also support the NAFTC’s mission.

Founded in 1992, the NAFTC is the only nationwide training organization dedicated to promoting, supporting, and expanding the use of alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles in an effort to improve air quality and decrease U.S. dependence on foreign oil.

NAFTC’s mission is to educate the nation about alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles through program management, curriculum development, training implementation and outreach and education activities leading to the decrease of U.S. dependence on foreign oil and the improvement of air quality.

The NAFTC is a program of the National Research Center for Coal and Energy at West Virginia University.