Some of our members are shy. Not to worry, we’ll get them added soon.
Dawn Moore – Executive Director
Dawn has been a Warrensburg resident since 2009. She is a military spouse and mother of two wonderful children (Jack & June). Dawn has been the Executive Director of ECHO since early 2019 and is also a substitute teacher for the Warrensburg school district. Dawn enjoys spending time with her family, camping, and crafting. Dawn is passionate about making a positive impact on the youth in our community.
George Locke – President
George has been married to Barbara for 33 years. He has two daughters Amanda (29) and Brandi (27). He is very involved with his church, loves spending time with family and friends. George also enjoys hunting and riding his Harley Ultra Classic motorcycle. George has served on the ECHO board for 5 years and is excited to be part of such a great organization.
Board Secretary – Michelle Carlson
Board Vice President – Roary Hutt
Board Treasurer – Andrea Robinson
Andrea Robinson is a Loan Specialist at Central Missouri Community Credit Union. Warrensburg is her hometown but she now resides in Leeton, Mo. She has been an ECHO board member since 2017. She took the role of treasurer two years ago. She became a board member because she could see what great work ECHO was doing for the youth in Johnson county and couldn’t say no to the opportunity to help the community.
Bryan moved the the Warrensburg area in 2006 after separating from the United States Air Force. In 2010 he married his wife Cooleen and in 2012 they welcomed their daughter Isabelle into the world. Bryan currently works for US Bank and a Sr Information Security Engineer. He enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and spending as much time as possible at Lake of the Ozarks.
Assistant Professor of Social Work at the University of Central Missouri. My focus is working with families, and the child welfare system, and school social work. I have worked for the university since 2016. I have been an ECHO Board member since December 2020. Before I began work at the University, I was a social worker in the Independence School District and developed a teen parenting program for the district. I have been married for 22 years and I have four children and one granddaughter.
Outside of work and my professional life I enjoy hanging out with my family including my two dogs Bruno Mars and Langston Hughes, reading books, and watching drama crime shows.