Dawn Enoch Moore has been a leader in Dallas’ legal and business community for over 35 years. Moore is founder and Chief Executive Officer of Allegiance Title Company, one of the largest and fastest growing independent real estate title agencies in Texas, with 22 offices and over 100 employees in North Texas and Houston.
Most recently, she co-founded Allegiance National Settlement Services LLC, a national title insurance agency, which will be licensed in over 35 states and have the ability to handle settlement services for regional and national clients throughout the United States.
Moore has served the real estate and title industry in a variety of capacities. She was one of six lawyers appointed by the State Bar of Texas to the Texas Real Estate Commissions’ Broker/Lawyer Committee, which is responsible for writing the residential purchase/sale contracts used by real estate licensed holders statewide. She served in this position for twelve years. She also served as President for the Texas Land Title Association for 2014-‐2015.
Moore had the distinct honor in 1998 of being appointed by then Governor of Texas, George W. Bush to Chair of the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation, which financed thousands of units of affordable housing. Working on behalf of the homeless, Moore has also served as Chair of the Board of Interfaith Housing Coalition and member of the Board of Dallas Habitat for Humanity. In 2014, Moore received the Dallas Business Journal Women in Business Award for her impact in the North Texas business community.
Moore is active in her community serving as Mayor ProTem of the City of University Park. Prior to her election to City Council, she served on the Planning and Zoning Commission and as Chair of the Legislative Committee of the City. Moore is a member of the Board of the Dallas Zoological Society and serves as Chair of the Long Range Planning Committee for the Dallas Zoo. She is a member of the Alumni Board of Trustees for Southern Methodist University, a member of the SMU Planned Giving Council, and a former member of the Methodist Health Systems Capital Campaign Committee. She has served in various leadership roles including Chapter Chair for the Dallas Chapter of World Presidents’ Organization. A longtime member of University Park United Methodist Church, she has served on the Foundation Board, and taught Sunday School.
Moore holds a B.S. degree in Economics, graduating Magna Cum Laude and a J.D. degree from Southern Methodist University, receiving the award for the highest grade in Real Estate Transactions. In 2005, she was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award for Corporate Service from the SMU Dedman School of Law. She is married and has three grown children and one daughter‐in‐law.
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