Friday, August 28, 2015

Welcome New Communications & Volunteer Manager, Charles Moreland!

Charles and his Brussels Griffon, Charlotte

Charles Moreland’s interest in working with children with hearing and speech challenges began when he spent his college summers volunteering at an elementary school in Jefferson City, working with special needs children.
As a member of the Center’s Development Department staff, Moreland will write content for newsletters, social media and gather client stories; manage the recruitment of the Center’s many volunteers; and coordinate the Center’s annual fundraising event.
Before joining the Center, Moreland worked as Communications Coordinator for the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park. He also worked as Editor-in-Chief for The Columbian Newspaper in Columbia, Mo., and interned for Majority Whip Roy Blunt in the U. S. House of Representatives in Washington, D.C.
Born in St. Louis but raised in Jefferson City, Moreland earned his bachelor’s degree in Political Science with minors in Communications and English at Columbia College in Columbia, Mo.
In his free time, Moreland loves to cook, travel and read. He enjoys time spent with friends and family and his dogs, a Brussels Griffon named Charlotte and a Scottish Terrier named Scott.
To become a Center volunteer, call Charles at (314) 968-4710 or email him at
The Center for Hearing & Speech is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that donates $1.75 million in speech/language and audiology services to residents of metropolitan St. Louis. It is a proud member of the United Way of Greater St. Louis and the Better Business Bureau.

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