DODI GRIFFIN MOORE
Dodi Moore was born and raised in Waycross. Dodi is married to Ricky Moore and they have twin daughters, Rhagen & Baylee (15). She attended Ware County Magnet School and graduated from Ware County High School in 2000. After graduation, she attended college in Waycross for business and accounting. In 2017, she decided to follow her dream and open a consignment business. She is the owner of Sassy Sisters Consignment, named after her daughters. Within the first year, she expanded and opened a second business, Warehouse 84 Marketplace. Both are located in Downtown Waycross. Dodi was previously elected to serve on the Board of Directors for Waycross Ware County Chamber of Commerce and served as Promotions Committee Chair for Waycross Mainstreet. Dodi is an active leader in our community. In her free time, Dodi enjoys any activity near a beach. She enjoys reading, traveling, shopping, decorating, and even in her spare time she enjoys working at her shop. Dodi was very excited to accept the invitation to participate in such a wonderful event to raise money and awareness for the Magnolia House & Hospice Satilla.
I was born and raised here in Waycross. My father, Dr. David Morton and my mother, Kalista were also born and raised here. My childhood was spent around Central Ave in the woods or our neighborhood sports field. If I wasn’t playing sports or skating behind golf carts jumping X-Factor Walmart ramps, I was probably making trails, camping out or working on my fort by the creek.
In 2009, I moved on to Georgia Southern University and began searching for a career. In 2017, I realized my passion was in working in Youth Development and Recreation. This came after working as; Wildlife Educator for Sea Island, Restaurant Manager for King and Prince, Kayak Tour Guide for Southeast Adventures, Program Guide for Wilderness Therapy in Hilo, Hawaii, and Unit Director for the Boys and Girls Club of America. This January I moved back to Waycross and am now the Sports Director with the YMCA of Waycross. I enjoy the sense of community I feel being back in my hometown. I’m excited to raise money for such great causes, but I am nervous that the dance moves we will be unveiling might be too much for little ole Waycross to handle.