Jaime Moore is Battalion Chief with the Los Angeles Fire Department. A 22-year veteran of the Fire Department he has been assigned to both administrative and operational commands in the LAFD. He is the current Commander of the Departments’ FireStatLA Section where he oversees the performance management of the LAFD. As the Commander of the FireStat Section Chief Moore works to establish a foundation of performance management that improves the Department’s effectiveness and efficiency.
As a COA Executive Board he serves as the COA Director of Professional and Social Development. As the Director of Professional and Social Development Jaime plans, directs and supervises workshops, regular development days, special training activities and all social activities offered by the COA. In Addition to his involvement in COA he has been the Public Information Officer for the LAFD for many years and one of the driving forces behind the annual Toys for Needy Children – Spark of Love.
Jaime grew up in the Venice / Mar Vista area of Los Angeles, and was raised speaking both English and Spanish. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of California at Los Angeles and earned a Masters degree in Public Administration and Emergency Management from California State University, Long Beach. He is a dedicated public servant and comes from a long history of Latino business owners and civic leaders in Los Angeles. Jaime is actively involved in several community programs and is committed to advancing the goals of the COA through leadership, dedication, and education.
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