Speechwriting and
public speaking coaching

U.S. presidents and corporate executives don’t write their own speeches – they hire professionals! So should nonprofit organizations. We work closely with event speakers – executive directors, keynoters, clients – to learn their stories and then write remarks with compelling themes and messages that resonate with any audience. Then, we work one-to-one with you to make you comfortable and confident to deliver your speech powerfully. We also offer public speaking training for groups.

A few of our favorite speeches:

And here’s what some of our speechwriting clients have to say:

“I always thought I was a pretty good public speaker. That was before I met Teresa Moore. I admired a speech given at a nonprofit fundraiser and learned that Teresa had written the speech and coached the presenter. I decided to work with Teresa, and to my surprise l discovered that a skilled professional speechwriter can transform a message so it is heard, understood and felt by an audience. Teresa can also write, coach and craft the flow of all event speeches so the overall message holds together and builds for maximum impact. The comments after our major fundraising event told me something had changed; the audience understood our organization’s ability to change lives better than ever.   have continued to use Teresa’s assistance on many occasions and highly recommend her speechwriting and coaching services for novice and experienced public speakers alike.”

Joyce Jackson, President & CEO,
Northwest Kidney Centers

“Teresa Moore is the most gifted speechwriter I have known in my 35-year career in nonprofits. On many occasions I have witnessed her interview someone and write an extremely powerful message in the voice of the speaker. She is also an expert when it comes to editing speeches.  She is clear about the purpose, audience and intended outcomes before discussing the speech. You will be so proud of your remarks if you get help from Teresa!”

Patty Shepherd-Barnes, President, National Multiple Sclerosis Society/Greater Northwest Chapter