As an owner and investor in a commercial real estate company for the past 20 years, Dina Moyer has recently decided to redirect her energy and passion into writing a series of children’s books and coffee-table books. In partnership with that pursuit, she has formed a nonprofit, Stronger Together, to support and raise awareness for homeless children in Baltimore. A portion of all proceeds from her book sales will go directly to this organization.
Moyer attended Towson University and then worked for The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine for five years while attending school at Hopkins. She also began her career in real estate, selling, among other things, luxury Canton Cove condominiums for Struever Bros. Eccles and Rouse, and subsequently acquired a portfolio of commercial real estate. Moyer has also volunteered for The Johns Hopkins Hospital pediatrics department and is currently on the board of the Women’s Guild for the Cathedral of the Annunciation. She has served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for Baltimore County and has volunteered for Ronald McDonald House.
Seeing her two children complete college has given Moyer a new direction and passion. “My goal is to shine a bigger light on the needs of own community and children,” she says. “Being successful in life isn’t about what you have, it’s about what you can do to help other people.”
– Originally published in Baltimore Magazine