Affiliated Workers Association Announces New Board Member

PLANO, Texas--()--The Affiliated Workers Association (AWA), a national non-profit organization consisting of more than 17,000 members, including small business owners and entrepreneurs, has added a new member to the Board of Directors.

“Her legal expertise will be a welcome asset to the Board.”

Leslie Patterson Moore comes to the Board with experience as both a practicing lawyer and as counsel for various non-profit entities. She served as counsel for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) for over five years and recently became the general counsel for the American College of Emergency Physicians.

“Leslie’s knowledge and experience with other non-profits will be very valuable to the association,” said Jeff Burley, vice president of AWA. “Her legal expertise will be a welcome asset to the Board.”

“It will be a privilege to serve on the AWA Board of Directors,” said Moore. “I look forward to representing the association and its members.”

About the Affiliated Workers Association

AWA is a national not-for-profit organization comprised of more than 17,000 members. AWA was created in 2001 for the purpose of providing the small business owners, entrepreneurs, independent contractors and self-employed individuals who are its members with professional, lifestyle, and health benefits and other resources. AWA empowers its members to make sound financial and health decisions and to help them strive for success in the small business arena. AWA members enjoy access to quality benefits, programs, services and discounts, including health insurance, wellness, consumer and small business discounts. To find out more about the benefits of an AWA membership or to enroll in the association, visit


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Release Summary

The Affiliated Workers Association, a national non-profit organization of more than 17,000 members, including small business owners, has added Leslie Patterson Moore to the Board of Directors.

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