Joe Moseley is a frequent attendee of concerts and festivals, often with his wife and four children. He is also passionate about Blues in the Schools because of its ability to integrate music into core curriculum classes such as history and geography.
Joe has been a part of the Columbia community for over 60 years, and has lived a dedicated life of public service. After attending both Columbia Public Schools and the University of Missouri, he worked as an assistant public defender and later became the Boone County Prosecuting Attorney. In 1992, he was elected to the Missouri State Senate where he would serve for four years. His work especially focuses on education; he is active on the Boone County Coordinating Board for Early Childhood Education, Columbia Public Schools Foundation, and on the board of directors for the Columbia Independent School.
In addition to music, Joe enjoys riding his bike, travelling, and politics. He considers his strengths to be focused in right-brain areas, so he enjoys music as a creative release.
Joe served as the president of the board from January 2013 to January 2016.