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CSU alum recognized in ‘Georgia Trend’ list of ‘40 Under 40’

October 12, 2021

Raveeta Moore stands against a black fence outdoors wearing a black shirt and pink pants.

Columbus State University alumna Raveeta Addison Moore was recently named to “Georgia Trend” magazine’s “40 Under 40” list. Now in its 25th year, the list honors the best and brightest young leaders in the state. The individuals recognized this year were nominated by readers for being outstanding in their volunteer work and community involvement. 

Moore earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from CSU in 2007 and began her career with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Chattahoochee Valley. Today, Moore is a project manager at Columbus-based TSYS, a Global Payments company, where she is responsible for projects for credit card clients.

She continues to showcase her passion for volunteering and community service through the various organizations she serves with, including the Urban League of Greater Columbus Young Professionals, Easter Seals of West Georgia and the Columbus Chamber of Commerce. Also among her passions is the Ronald McDonald House, where she volunteers in honor of her late brother.

Moore also led a TSYS team project to collect school supplies for children in need in Georgia and Alabama. The donation through the United Way “Stuff the Bus” initiative provided supplies for 1,173 children. Today, she serves as a member of the United Way Women United Board.

Moore was the first recipient of the Phil Tomlinson Heart of Total System Services Award, which was created in 2015 to honor the retired chairman and CEO of TSYS, Phil Tomlinson, and his personification of selfless service to others and the community. Moore was also named to the 2016 “5 Under 40” list from “Columbus and the Valley.”

Last year, Moore was named to the 2020 class of Leadership Georgia, one of the country’s oldest leadership training programs for young business, civic and community leaders.

Through her continued service to her community and in her professional endeavors, Moore continues to positively impact those around her and provide a true example of CSU’s core value of servant leadership

To read the full list of recipients, visit