Utah Department of Human Services
Diane Moore, a 25-year veteran of the Utah Department of Human Services, has been tapped to lead the Division of Child and Family Services.

SALT LAKE CITY — Diane Moore, a 25-year veteran of the Utah Department of Human Services, has been tapped to lead the Division of Child and Family Services.

In her new role, Moore will provide leadership in implementing, improving and evaluating policies and practice; facilitate collaboration among community partners, and federal, state and local entities that serve families and children; and represent the division on a federal, state and local level.

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Moore began her career with department as a DCFS caseworker and ascended through the ranks to become regional director of the Salt Lake Valley. For the past three years, Moore has served as the director of the department’s licensing office, the agency responsible for licensing and monitoring service providers including foster care homes, mental health and substance use treatment facilities, and domestic violence shelters.

Moore is a licensed social service worker and received her master of public administration degree from Brigham Young University.