Staff Spotlight: Celia Moser
Director of Administration and Events
Q. What’s the most meaningful part of working with the Florida Network?
Celia: “Bringing meaningful events to our members who so greatly deserve to feel loved and appreciated.”
Q: What do you wish you had more time for each day?
Celia: “Personally – spending time with loved ones, most of my close family and friends live far away, and I wish we had more time together. Professionally – event registration and messaging.”
Q. What book have you read that has impacted you most and why?
Celia: “‘It’s Not Supposed To Be This Way,’ by Lysa TerKeurst. It grounded me during a very trying time and helped me focus on the things I knew to be true, rather than the many things out of my control.”
Q. What keeps you going when you feel pressure or uncertainty?
Celia: “My faith is by far what keeps me going when I am under pressure or feeling uncertainty. As a believer, I know my hope comes from the Lord!”
Q. What is something about the Florida Network you wish more people knew about?
Celia: “Our SNAP program, which teaches children (and youth) how to regulate their emotions and has a parent group component that equips parents with the skills to assist their children in the process. It is a phenomenal program and completely free of charge to families who are in need of some support. It also removes many barriers a family might have getting to their weekly group, by offering child care and meals each week.”
Q. What’s your favorite weekend activity?
Celia: “Spending time with my husband, Austin, and our pup, Scout, and our families. Usually that involves being outside and in the kitchen!”
Q. Who inspires you?
Celia: “I am not just saying this because she is my boss, but honestly our President & CEO and my dear friend, Stacy Gromatski. She is such a fearless leader, a visionary, and she truly leads from the heart! Her passion for our work and commitment to our team inspires me in all that I do!”
Q. What do you want your legacy to be?
Celia: “That I loved well and cared deeply.”