"Providing a voice"

​​Focusing on Community

Reneé Amoore


A longtime advocate of clinically-appropriate and cost effective alternatives to expensive healthcare, Amoore began her foray into the medical field as a registered nurse with training at Harlem Hospital School of Nursing. Earning her Bachelors and Masters Degrees from Antioch University, Amoore catapulted from a career in nursing, to supervisor of a hospital program, and VP and COO of a social service organization. 


In 1996 Amoore started her own company, which today consists of three divisions under the parent corporation, The Amoore Group (TAG).  The divisions of TAG provide diverse services, such as: PR/ marketing, government relations, health care consulting, job creation, education, workplace diversity, and early intervention/allied health services.


An active participant in shaping her community, Amoore was the first African American elected to the Upper Merion School District, where she served as the board’s vice president for four years. In 1992, she was elected to Pennsylvania's Republican State Committee and became its deputy chair in 1996.


She made history again in 2004 when she became the first female and African American to chair a Pennsylvania delegation to the Republican National Convention.  She also did role call at the 2000 Republican National Convention.  At the 2008 Republican National Convention she was a keynote speaker.  She has raised money for national, state and local candidates for the Republican Party.  She is a Republican strategist for Fox News, CNN and local Philadelphia stations.  She currently has a radio show, “Real Clear”. 


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POTUS State of the Union 2018


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Focusing On The Community

Our main focus is "Community". Strong communities can alleviate many of the problems we currently see in society. We know strong families produce strong communities, who in-turn demand strong schools which lead to a stronger, better education for our children. Join us!


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