Metise Moore is a Denver-CO native, coaching and volunteering the North-East Denver community for more than 22 years. Metise graduated from Thomas Jefferson HS in 1989 where he was All-DPL and All-State selection to round out his HS career. Metise attended Foothills College in Los Altos Hills-CA from 1989-1991 where he earned his All-State JUCO honors and a scholarship to University of Akron-OH and earned his Bachelors in Social Science in 1993. Mr. Moore’s professional career expands over 20 years in the Engineering/Software Sales and Sales Management.
Mr. Moore started his coaching career in 1995-1997 at his alma-mater Thomas Jefferson HS as Varsity assistant coach then moved on the East Denver YMCA in 1998-2001 and Red Shield Community center from 2001-2005. Mr. Moore branched out on his own in 2005 to form DHYO (Denver Hooperz Youth Organization) before forming/collaborating with Colorado Truth and Big Frame Hoops in 2013 to form CCYO (Colorado Connect Youth Organization) where he served as a Founding Member and Executive Director.
When not coaching hoops, Moore enjoys his wife of 20 years and their two children Metise Jr. and Madison. Moore also enjoys cooking and traveling in his spare time. Moore’s extreme passion for his community and youth was recognized in 2015 as one of Urban Spectrum’s Magazine-CO “African-Americans making a difference in the community”. Mr. Moore is a firm believer and example of helping out the people in community where he received the same guidance and direction from other volunteers as a youth growing up in Park Hill.