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Jennifer A. Weber, MPH, RD

Jennifer A. Weber, MPH, RD

Jennifer A. Weber, MPH, RD, is the President and Founding Principal of Weber Moore Partners, LLC. She is a leader in program and policy development and implementation. Jennifer is an advocate for children’s health and well-being with experience building effective strategies and partnerships and is an expert in translating science into understandable and actionable messages.


Jennifer has previously worked in the non-profit, association and government, bringing these diverse perspectives to her work. She previously served as the Children’s Executive Portfolio Lead at the American Heart Association (AHA). In this role, she was responsible for providing leadership in planning and execution of the enterprise-wide strategy for improving kids’ health, training youth advocates and establishing life-long engagement. She also directed several AHA initiatives including the NFL PLAY 60 program and Teaching Gardens. Jennifer also launched Healthy Way to Grow, a joint program with Nemours, that supports obesity prevention in early care and education settings.


Prior to joining AHA, Jennifer was at Nemours, one of the nation’s leading pediatric health systems. In that role, she facilitated development and implementation of policy priorities in the areas of child nutrition, quality, and multi-sector systems of care and prevention.  She led the Children’s Outcomes Project, a grant-funded project that promotes the work of integrated, multi-sector, place-based initiatives to improve the health and well-being of children. Prior to joining Nemours, Jennifer served as the Manager of National Nutrition Policy for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, where she developed and advised on food and nutrition policy issues, established relationships with Congress and federal agencies, and facilitated consensus building within the association on nutrition policy matters.  Jennifer also served as a nutrition advisor for the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in the Department of Health and Human Services where she contributed to the management and development of the 2005 edition of the federal Dietary Guidelines for Americans. She also worked on the Healthy People initiative and served as an advisor on a variety of other projects related to obesity, physical activity, and nutrition.


Jennifer is also an Adjunct Professor at George Washington University and Marymount University. She has been published in several journals including the Early Childhood Education Journal, the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior and Nutrition Reviews. She co-authored the book chapter, Understanding Nutrition for the Public’s Health, in Essentials of Public Health Biology.  Jennifer is also involved in improving children’s health at the local level, serving on Arlington County’s Health Community Action Team and Arlington Public Schools’ School Health Advisory Board.


Jennifer earned a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Michigan, and a Bachelor’s degree in dietetics from Iowa State University.  She completed her dietetic internship at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. 


Jennifer lives in Arlington VA with her husband Justin and children Connor and Maggie. She loves the science of food and makes her family crazy by constantly experimenting with ingredients and rarely making the same recipe twice.

Justin D. Moore

Justin D. Moore

Justin D. Moore, PT, DPT, is the Vice President at Weber Moore Partners, LLC. He also serves as chief executive officer of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the national membership organization representing and promoting the profession of physical therapy in the United States. APTA exists to further the physical therapy profession's role in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of movement dysfunctions and the enhancement of the health and functional abilities of the public.  Prior to being named CEO, Moore was APTA’s executive vice president of public affairs. Before that, he served in several government affairs positions, including work as the association’s lead lobbyist on Capitol Hill.  


Dr. Moore also serves on the Board of Directors of the Amputee Coalition of America, whose mission is to reach out to and empower people affected by limb loss to achieve their full potential through education, support and advocacy, and to promote limb loss prevention.   Justin has also served on the Dean’s Advisory Board of the College of Human Sciences at Iowa State University and on the Board of Directors of PT Solutions, a large physical therapy practice based in Atlanta, GA. 


Moore, a licensed physical therapist, received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT) from Simmons College in Boston, Massachusetts, his Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) degree from University of Iowa, and his Bachelor of Science degree in dietetics from Iowa State University.   Dr. Moore was recognized by Iowa State University’s College of Human Sciences with the Helen LeBaron Hilton in recognition of his community leadership, meritorious service, and distinguished achievement in the areas of family and consumer sciences national and internationally.   


Justin lives in Arlington VA with his wife Jennifer and children Connor and Maggie.   He is a diehard sports, national parks and physical activity fan with a goal to visit each Major League ballpark, the 60 national parks in the U.S, and to run a marathon in each adult decade.

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