President & CEO, Mills Specialty Metals
Ginny K. Moore is the minority owner of Mills Specialty Metals. As President and CEO, she oversees all aspects of the company operations.
Previously, Ginny served as the Business Development and Architectural/Industrial Divisions Director for R. F. Knox Company, Inc., a sheet metal company that has served the southeast for more than 100 years, and specializes in industrial, HVAC and architectural specialty metal work.
At R. F. Knox, she was responsible for managing all sales and marketing efforts. Her role at R. F. Knox also included providing strategic council and planning for future growth, managing the two specialty metal divisions as well as IT, Safety and Human Resources. Ms. Moore helped R. F. Knox form strategic alliances that resulted in many outstanding projects.
Prior to her work with R. F. Knox, Ginny served as the Director of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce Transportation Department and Director of Commuter Club, a transportation management association and a program of the Cumberland Community Improvement District. She served in these roles for nearly 10 years gaining invaluable sales, marketing, project management and business analysis experience along the way. Under her leadership and project management, Commuter Club received more than 17 local and national awards.
This experience positioned her to be the perfect choice to enter as the first woman in a family-owned business that is currently being managed by a brother who is in the fourth generation of family ownership.
Ginny graduated from Auburn University where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. She attended and graduated from the Regional Leadership Institute and Leadership Cobb. Ginny is a member of the First United Methodist Church of Marietta (FUMC) and has served on a host of committees associated with FUMC including: Local and Global Missions, Nursery Guild, Nominations Committee, Weekday Board and Weekday Ministries. She has served as the Director of the FUMC Youth Camp and has taught Sunday School for several years.
In 2008, she chaired the Children’s Ministry Team which is responsible for all children’s activities for the 3,200 member congregation and was co-chair for the 175th Celebration PR activities associated with the building of The Park on Polk Street which is more than a $175,000 project at FUMC.
Ginny is a member of The Civic League, The Cobb Chamber of Commerce and the Leadership Cobb Alumni Association where she currently serves as President-Elect. In 2009, she co-chaired The Civic League Annual Event attended by more than 400 regional leaders.
She is also a member of NAIOP and BOMA. Most recently she was recognized by Marietta Daily Journal as a ‘Super Mom’ in their Mother’s Day edition, and in Cobb Life Magazine as a Top 20 under 40 Rising Star in 2007. Honors in 2008 include being named on Georgia Trend’s Top 40 Under 40 Rising Stars in the state of Georgia.
She has also served on the MUST Ministries Board, Tommy Nobis Center Board and the Junior League of Cobb-Marietta. Playing a key role in the Marietta Pilgrimage in 2008, Ginny coordinated more than 400 volunteers for the annual event. She has chaired the Association for Commuter Transportation National TMA Council and the Metro Atlanta Employer Services Vanpool Committee. She has served on the Cobb Transit Advisory Board and the Transit Planning Board Performance Measures Committee. Ginny also has volunteered many hours with the American Heart Association
However, of all her activities and involvement, her greatest love is raising her four girls.