Blanca Moye

Blanca Moye has been volunteering since she first came to Jackson more than 20 years ago, including knocking on doors to bring the federal Head Start program to Teton County to hosting cooking nights for parents with the Children’s Learning Center.

Some see the world as broken into those above them and those below them. There are people with more money, more education, and there are people with less.

No stranger to stratification, Blanca Moye is also one of those people. What sets her apart, though, is how she brings people together.

CPR Class

Blanca Moye observes as a student performs CPR on a dummy at Little Acorns Academy daycare in Jackson.

Contact Sophia Boyd-Fliegel at or 307-732-7063.

Sophia covers county politics, housing, and workforce issues. A Pacific Coast devotee, she grew up in Washington, studied in California and has worked in Oregon and Alaska.

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