Hon. Gary Moore

NACo First Vice President; Judge/Executive, Boone County, Ky.

Boone County, Kentucky Judge/Executive Gary Moore was elected NACo Second Vice President on July 16, 2018.

Active in NACo since 2012, Moore has previously served as Chair of NACo’s Transportation Steering Committee and its Environment, Energy and Land Use Steering Committee. He served as Co-Chair of the National City-County Task Force on the Opioid Epidemic and is the executive liaison to NACo’s Rural Action Caucus Steering Committee and Audit Committee.

Moore was first elected Judge/Executive for Boone County, Kentucky in 1998. The Judge/Executive is the highest elected office in county government. Boone County is the fourth largest and one of the fastest growing counties in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. His tenure as Judge/Executive parallels a distinguished career in both private business and public service. Moore currently serves as Chairman of the St. Elizabeth Healthcare Board of Trustees and President-elect of Kentucky Association of Counties.

Moore continues to build strong partnerships with the cities, schools and agencies across the county, state and region. These working relationships have delivered results that have improved the economic development, growth and the overall quality of life for people of Boone County. Through his leadership, the county has continued to grow as a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family.

More from Hon. Gary Moore

  • County News

    Help take the lead at NACo!

    Our upcoming year at NACo is shaping up to be one of our most challenging. These are unprecedented times and strong leadership will be essential in guiding our county organization now more than ever. I also understand that your commitments in your home county will be more demanding.
  • County News

    We must link arms to solve substance abuse crisis

    The nation’s opioid epidemic, stemming from the early 90s, has had several evolutions — from prescription pills to heroin to fentanyl and other synthetic opioid analogues — and continues to claim almost 200 people a day across the United States.