Educational Destinations Welcomes Greg Moore as Senior Travel Designer

Educational Destinations Welcomes Greg Moore as Senior Travel Designer

After fifteen years working for several student travel companies throughout the country, Greg Moore has returned to the company that was instrumental in forming his career in educational student group travel. A 33-year veteran of the student and youth travel industry, Greg has worked alongside some of the best and brightest travel minds in North America.


The Moore Family, avid Cincinnati Reds Season Ticket Members, enjoys a game at Great American Ball Park.


“I look forward to once again working with the great travel team at Educational Destinations! Their attention to detail and unparalleled level of client service is certainly second to none. I feel like I am finally returning home to where I ultimately belong. I am grateful to this industry for providing me with so many rewarding business and travel experiences, and I look forward to sharing my expertise with my colleagues at Educational Destinations.”

Greg Moore, Educational Destinations Senior Travel Designer

During his extensive career, Greg has planned nearly a thousand tours and accompanied groups to a multitude of domestic and international destinations, attractions, and events. His ‘short list’ includes Walt Disney World® Resort, Disneyland® Resort, Arizona & the Fiesta Bowl, the Tournament of Roses Parade, the Presidential Inaugural Parade, the National Cherry Blossom Festival, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Macy*s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the Bahamas, Canada, Hawaii, and the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in jolly Dublin, Ireland.


Greg sitting in his ride – a 1957 Chevy convertible – ready for a tour of historic Havana, Cuba.


Originally from Northern Indiana’s Elkhart County, Greg participated in bands, including drum corps, plus sports and performance groups at Northridge High School and Indiana University.  He graduated from I.U.with a B.A in Germanic Studies and Business, and he was a member of Sigma Pi Fraternity.


The Moore Clan gathers for the Christmas holiday.


Greg served on the Board of Directors of the Student & Youth Travel Association (SYTA) for four years, and he was President of the association, 2002-2003. His extensive travels have taken him to all fifty states in the U.S., all ten Canadian provinces, including Labrador, and nearly thirty foreign countries, including Cuba. As a spectator, he has viewed baseball games in all thirty current Major League Baseball parks.


Photo on Left: Greg taking in a view from below at Paris’ most famous landmark, La tour Eiffel (Eiffel Tower). Center Photo: Greg & Kelly, along with two of their children, Andrew & Alexandra, get ready to stroll along San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Photo on Right: The Moore Family attends the (100th) Running of the Indianapolis 500 – a longtime annual tradition.


Greg and wife Kelly currently reside in Central Indiana. Their four adult children were involved in music education and performance, as well as athletics, at the high school and/or collegiate levels. For over ten years, Greg served as a coach and board member for his local baseball and softball leagues, and he participated in his local high school Band Booster organization, chairing its annual marching band invitational for ten consecutive years. Since his “retirement” from his own children’s youth activities, he has found time to be a Season Ticket Member of the Cincinnati Reds baseball club and proudly holds a membership to the Reds Hall of Fame.


Greg and his wife, Kelly, enjoy a day of exploration at Mizen Head; Ireland’s most-Southwesterly point.


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