Board of Commmissioners
Vice President of External Affairs, Greater New Orleans, Inc.
Hyma Moore serves as the Vice President of External Affairs for Greater New Orleans, Inc. In this role, Hyma leads the organization’s public face, supporting the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in communications and policy decisions on behalf of the 10-parish region.
Hyma Moore began working in national politics and media in 2015 after joining the Hillary for America (HFA) presidential campaign. During the 19-month national campaign, Hyma led political advance teams to 40 states and 130 cities on behalf and in preparation for Secretary Hillary Clinton, President Bill Clinton and Senator Tim Kaine.
As a full-time Press Lead for Hillary Clinton’s National Advance team, Hyma handled high-level media and political appearances for Secretary Clinton, President Clinton and campaign surrogates. Additionally, Hyma served as the Louisiana State Director for HFA securing 71% of the Louisiana democratic primary vote, winning 62 of Louisiana's 64 Parishes.
Prior to joining the HFA campaign, Hyma held several positions on New Orleans’ Mayor Mitch Landrieu's Communications Team. In those positions, he developed and implemented media engagement and communications strategies to advance the City's strategic and mayoral priorities.
Since the HFA campaign, Hyma has consulted with several individuals in or pursuing political office. Some of those assignments included, Jon Ossoff for Congress (GA-6), the costliest congressional campaign in history and the transition for Baton Rouge Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome, the first female mayor of Baton Rouge. Additionally, Hyma worked on a nation-wide healthcare tour with Senator Bernie Sanders.
Hyma returned to New Orleans in 2017 to serve as Mayor Mitch Landrieu's Communications Advisor during the final months of Landrieu’s second term. In this role, he managed all national media appearances for the mayor.
Following the Landrieu Administration, Hyma was tapped by Mayor LaToya Cantrell, first female mayor of New Orleans, to serve as Director of Federal Affairs. In this role, Hyma managed the Mayor’s federal agenda and engagement as a member of the United States Conference of Mayors.
In addition to politics, Hyma has several ventures in the entertainment industry, including managing music talent and advancing and staffing executives like Michelle Ebanks, President and CEO of Essence Communications.
Hyma is a graduate of Morehouse College. He comes from a spiritual family and is passionate about the ideals of community. He is an avid golfer and French Language enthusiast.
William "Bill" Rouselle