DHS grad reflects on career in dance and arts
Rachel Moore, a 1982 Davis High School graduate, is chief executive officer of the American Ballet Theatre, considered the nation's finest classical dance company. She will be inducted into the Davis High School Hall of Fame on Saturday, Sept. 13. Fred B. Conrad/The New York Times
As a prima ballerina and now as the chief executive officer of the country's premier classical ballet company, Davis High School graduate Rachel Moore is used to being in the spotlight.
She'll be in the spotlight once again when she is inducted into the Davis High School Hall of Fame at a gala dinner and ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 13, at UC Davis' ARC Ballroom.
Moore, a 1982 DHS grad, has enjoyed a long association with the American Ballet Theatre, including six years as a dancer, and a subsequent career in arts administration. In 2004, Moore was named ABT's executive director, and in 2011, she became ABT's chief executive officer. Continue Reading