Patti Moores ’85, P’20, double majored at BC in English and economics, graduating magna cum laude. She was inducted into the Order of the Cross and Crown and Phi Beta Kappa. She attended St. John’s University School of Law, where she was a St. Thomas More Scholar.
After earning her law degree, Patti entered private practice in New York City. As an an aviation defense litigator for almost 18 years, she specialized in the defense of aircraft manufacturers, pilots, and other aviation entities in litigation throughout the U.S. She is presently a managing director and head of aviation claims at Aon Risk Services, an insurance brokerage firm, where she oversees complex aviation claims on a global basis. She is past president of the International Aviation Womens Association and currently serves on the Board of Directors for My Sisters’ Place, an agency dedicated to serving victims of domestic violence.
Patti lives in Rye, New York, with her husband, Mark. Their older son, Ryan, is a senior at The University of Texas at Austin, while their younger son, Matt, is a freshman at Boston College. The family has enjoyed BC Athletics as season tickets holders for over a decade. Together, they established the Moores Family Scholarship Fund in 2010. The present recipient is Michael Walker, a sophomore on the football team.
Patti has served on the Boston College Athletic Development Resource Council since its inception in 2013. Patti and Mark have long admired and supported the mission of BC Athletics, which is dedicated to the quest for excellence, the personal formation of its student athletes, and the pursuit of a just society. BC student-athletes have served as outstanding role models for their children both on and off the field.