Chandra is a speaker, author, and life coach. She captivates audiences with messages of hope that inspire and empower others to live their dreams. Whether serving as a motivational speaker, professional consultant, or corporate trainer, Chandra draws on many years of experience to help individuals connect goals to actions. She has a unique ability to address dreams people have in the night and connect them to their life dreams. As a certified professional coach, Chandra helps people by providing a range of strategies to help them achieve their goals and live a more fulfilled life.
She served her country for 13 years as an active and reserve Commissioned Army Officer, achieving the rank of Major. Her professional and military experience has led to Chandra becoming a master trainer, sought out by organizations to increase the communication and personal skills of their members and employees.
Chandra has experienced over 20 home relocations as an Air Force brat and spouse during her husband’s career in the United States Army. Chandra lives in Suffolk, VA with her husband TP of thirty-nine years and their dog Nyla. Together they have 3 adult children and 2 grandsons.
Chandra Moyer is available for interviews on talk shows, radio or print media and can be scheduled for appearances at speaking engagements, retreats and conferences.
As former founder and President of Release Me International Chandra educated thousands of people about the dangers of human trafficking. As a result of RMI’s efforts many victims were rescued and provided services. Chandra is the recipient of the 2014 FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award for her dedication to Child Trafficking Prevention on the local, state, and national level.
Chandra’s passion to help others dream forward comes from her personal journey of overcoming childhood abuse.
“Chandra Moyer is a life changer! She brings healings with her words, her stories, and her expertise. She challenges us to become a part of the change we want to see.”
Dr. Carletta N. Perry
Psychology Professor, TV Host,
President of The Center for Peace