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Local victim advocate appears on TV show

Alexis Moore, a domestic violence victim advocate, films a scene for "Who the Bleep Did I Marry?" in El Dorado Hills Town Center. Courtesy photo
Alexis Moore, a domestic violence victim advocate, films a scene for "Who the Bleep Did I Marry?" in El Dorado Hills Town Center. Courtesy photo

El Dorado Hills real estate broker Alexis Moore, a cyberstalking and stalking expert and victim advocate, recently appeared on the Investigation Discovery hit TV series “Who the Bleep Did I Marry?” The episode is called “You’ve Got Jail.”

In 2007 Moore founded Survivors In Action, a local non-profit. She is a passionate victim advocate and survivor of stalking, cyberstalking and domestic abuse.

“We are 100 percent volunteer and utilize a virtual platform which provides assistance to victims of any crime around the globe,” Moore said. “Our mission is to promote awareness that there is ‘No Excuse for Abuse of Any Kind Anywhere to Anyone!'”

Survivors In Action held its first fundraising gala in El Dorado Hills, the “No Victim Left Behind Gala.” this past October. Attendees included supermodel, filmmaker and actress Tahirah Ogletree of O’Tahirah Films along with dignitaries celebrating and filming PSA videos speaking out against abuse, which are available on alexismoore.com. El Dorado County District 1 Supervisor Ron “Mik” Mikulaco also attended. He and Moore appear in one of the PSA videos on the website.

The October 2014 gala is already in the works and will celebrate Moore’s book launch with co-author Laurie J. Edwards, who is the author of the famous book “Rihanna.”

“I hope to inspire and encourage other men and women of all ages to speak out against abuse and consider volunteering with a charity of their choice as it is the best decision I ever made and the most rewarding experience I have ever had,” Moore said.

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  1. I have been trying to contact Alexis regarding Survivors in Action for a week and she will not respond to me. :(

  2. Alexis Moore is a fraud.

  3. Alexis did an amazing job providing direct support to my daughter who is a victim of stalking and domestic violence. When no one else would listen she did. Thanks Alexis and to Survivors In Action volunteers!

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