Dr. Moe Anderson

Dr. Moe Anderson, author, dentist, motivational speaker calls in from Austin TX to share her journey through life and cancer with grace and humor.
About Dr. Moe
Dr. Moe is an author and dynamic mOe-tivational speaker. She shares game changing, powerful life lessons with both humor and passion. Her writing reflects the frank observations of a fun loving, versatile working woman who is not afraid to speak her age or her mind. She has published six books, in three different genres, ,including three top selling novels, Sinphony, When A Sistah's Fed Up, and I Stand Accused; and two nonfiction books, Black English Vernacular and Mom, Are We There Yet? In high school, her friends voted her "Most Witty". She incorporates her wry sense of humor into all her work from the clinic to the classroom. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry and Baylor University, but "most witty" remains her favorite credential.
Her volunteer involvement focuses on education, children/women's issues, health, and economic development. Lifeworks, the Austin Area Urban League, National Council of Negro Women, the Arlington Sports Facilities Development Authority, the Junior League, the Baylor University Alumni Board, Communities in Schools, and Big Sisters are a few of her current and past commitments. She is a graduate of Leadership Austin Experience and Leadership Arlington. Dr. mOe is an active member of the American Dental Association, NBMBAA Austin Chapter, and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. She lives in Austin, Texas, and is a proud mother of two and a grandmother.
Dr. Moe's latest book is Success is a Side Effect: Leadership, Relationships, and Selective Amnesia.
This book is for all the unheralded leaders who must survive, and even thrive, in a world where Cinderella's feet hurt and Sleeping Beauty gets fired for frequent tardiness. What I know for sure is that the women whom the world admires for their inner beauty, confidence, and competence were not born that way; they were forged. And in the process, they changed the lives of everyone around them.
Dr. Moe has an incurable and chronic form of cancer (sarcoma).