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BORN: July 15
ON WHOSAY SINCE: Mar 10, 2014

5 Things You Didn't Know About Me

  • I can't dance...
  • I love violins & I used to play in the orchestra.
  • I'm taller in person Lol...
  • I love the color red!
  • I'm a ghost writer...


Rashonna Moore (born July 15, 1978) is a accomplished journalist & filmmaker. She is a journalist and filmmaker of such films as "Church" the distributed series "Anonymous" (The Diary of the Other Woman) that catapulted in success from YouTube & the documentary (Where have all the fathers gone") in which her films & productions have hosted a list of major actors, actresses & public figures such as Louis Gossett Jr, Tom Wright, Kevin Durant & Jonathan Kayne. Moore is also a co-producer & has been Exective producer for other films as well.
Moore received her Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from The University of Central Oklahoma. Her first broadcasting job was in high school as an intern for radio station starting promotions, then into traffic & on to on-air personality. In which she continued to work in radio until 2002 at KOCO in Oklahoma City, when she made her transition into television where she worked in production until she transitioned into news as a special assignment reporter at KCSU in Edmond, Oklahoma. She moved to KOKH in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 2006 where she still is currently. Aside from her feature & special interest stories she managed to start a production company. Where she and her crew managed to begin churning out hit films starting with a short featured in the BET's Johnson & Johnson film festival "lens on talent" series in 2009. She current focuses on her journalism career & upcoming film projects. Her tremendous career in broadcasting, production & film is one to be appreciated as well as her attention to detail & perfection. She is definitely a force to be reckoned with when it comes to the journalism & film industry.

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