Longtime Miami Dolphins player and executive Nat Moore has been the team's Senior Vice President of Special Projects and Alumni Relations since 2013. Moore oversees the Dolphins alumni activities and works closely with Dolphins Vice Chairman, President & CEO Tom Garfinkel on a variety of special projects.
One of the most celebrated players in Dolphins history, Moore played in Super Bowls XVII and XIX. Establishing a positive reputation on and off the field led Moore to be named the Dolphins' 1984 NFL "Man of the Year," and earned him the 1985 Byron White Humanitarian Award for his service to his team, community and country.
In 1987, Dolphins Founder Joe Robbie renamed the Dolphins' community service award to The Nat Moore Community Service Award. In 2018, the organization partnered with the Nat Moore Endowment Fund to provide South Florida youth with the financial resources needed to pursue avenues of education and training for employment readiness. Moore graduated from the University of Florida with an education degree. He resides in Miami with his wife, Pat.