She has published six books, including three novels: Sinphony, When A Sistah's FED UP, and I Stand Accused, and three nonfiction books, Black English Vernacular, Mom, Are We There Yet?, and Success Is A Side Effect: Leadership, Relationships, and Selective Amnesia. In 1996, she made history as the first African-American columnist for the Arlington Star-Telegram. The popularity of her articles led to a weekly editorial for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, a leading Texas newspaper. Her editorials have appeared in news outlets across the country, including: the Seattle Times, the San Jose Mercury News, Dallasblack.com, Soulciti.com, the Minnesota Viking Update, and the Courier-Journal of Louisville, KY. In 1999, the staff of the Fort Worth Weekly named her "Best Columnist." She has also written articles about dentistry for the online journal Drbicuspid.com. Recently, her popular blog The Cougar Commandments was featured in the Australian news outlet Alive Sydney
For over two decades, she has given lectures to corporate, university, and civic groups, as well as, professional associations across the country. She has also spoken internationally. Her most requested topics are: Life Balance, Communication Skills for Women, and the Medical Benefits of Humor.
Her business background includes: General Nutrition Centers franchise owner, producer/host of a cable television program, private practice owner, real estate investor, partnership in a restaurant, and CEO of TyMAC Books, a private publishing company.
Dr. mOe has been the recipient of numerous awards, including: Outstanding Young Women of America, the "Outstanding Young Alumni" Award from the Alumni Association of Baylor University, the Distinguished Alumni Award from the Fort Worth Independent School District, and the Millennium Award for Medicine from Altrusa International, Inc. Additionally, her dedication to her patients is reflected by her inclusion in the 2009 edition of "Guide to America's Top Dentists."
She has served on numerous nonprofit boards. As a result of those experiences, in 2010, she launched an initiative for new residents of her hometown, Austin's Black Newcomers Association, to help civic-minded Austinites become aware of community resources and opportunties for community service. In 2011, the Texas Legislative Black Caucus honored her with the prestigious "Outstanding Community Leader Award" for her volunteer efforts in the Austin Community.
Her core passions are: education, children/women’s issues, health, and economic development. Lifeworks, the Arlington Sports Facilities Development Authority, the Junior League, the Baylor University Alumni Board, Communities in Schools, and Big Sisters are a few of her current and past commitments. She is a graduate of Leadership Austin Experience and Leadership Arlington. Dr. mOe is an active member of the Academy of General Dentistry, American Dental Association, National Black MBA, National Council of Negro Women, Urban League, and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
She lives in Austin, Texas, and is a proud mother of two and a grandmother.
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