Sabre Moore was born and raised on a sheep and cattle ranch near Douglas, Wyoming. She graduated from Montana State University with a B.A. in History before continuing her education at Johns Hopkins University where she earned a Masters of Arts degree in Museum Studies and Nonprofit Management in 2016.
She became the Executive Director of the Carter County Museum in Ekalaka, Montana in December of 2016. The Carter County Museum interprets the 90 million year history of Carter County, Southeastern Montana, and the surround region, as well as operates as a steward for the excavation and preservation of fossil and archaeological resources in the area through exhibits, scientific research, and educational programming. The museum was the first county museum in the state and the first to display dinosaurs in Montana. The museum is home to the annual Dino Shindig, awarded Montana's Event of the Year in 2017.
Sabre is a member of the Board of Directors for Visit Southeast Montana, Museum Association of Montana and Camp Needmore. She has worked at museums all over the world, including the Museum of Innocence in Istanbul, Turkey and serving as an intern for the Smithsonian Office of International Relations. She and her sister, Stirling Moore co-operate Moore and Moore Livestock, LLC, an agricultural business based out of Douglas, WY.
Sabre Moore, Executive Director
Carter County Museum
306 Main St
Ekalaka, MT 59324