Mackie Krawcheck Moore

MeetMackie Krawcheck Moore Real Estate Agent

Mackie Moore is a Charleston native who attended Porter-Gaud School and then Georgetown University, where she majored in Government and Philosophy, with a concentration in Political Theory. She was offered and accepted a full ride to play NCAA Division I Volleyball as a walk on her Sophomore year (yes, she played varsity volleyball in high school but chose to focus on academics her freshman year).

Mackie has over twenty-five years of experience in the non-profit Industry and is passionate about addressing and overcoming issues involving violence against women and children, human rights, and equality for women and minorities. Mackie co-founded and was the co-executive director of the Telluride Theater Festival in Telluride, Colorado, where she performed in and directed plays addressing social issues such as domestic violence and AIDS.

Mackie then lived in California for several years, working at a well-known bootcamp/yoga and meditation retreat,The Ashram, as a yoga and meditation instructor, a personal trainer and a "bootcamp drill sergeant," leading daily 20+ mile hikes in the Malibu mountains. In the late 90s, Mackie returned to Charleston to work in the family business as an event planner and master floral designer (Floral Design Institute, Portland, Oregon). She later served as the Director of Development for the Footlight Players Theater and then as the Executive Director of Rein and Shine, a non-profit therapeutic horseback riding facility for children with disabilities. Next, Mackie worked for several years as the Director of Development for My Sister’s House, an emergency domestic violence shelter in Charleston, SC, where she collaborated with Dorothea Benton Frank, New York Times bestselling author, researching and providing information about the non-profit world and issues concerning spousal and familial abuse for the book Hurricane Sisters. Mackie also wrote a letter to the readers, which was published in the novel, educating readers about the epidemic of domestic violence in America, especially prevalent in the state of South Carolina.

As time passed, Mackie became even more acutely aware of the lack of public housing and shelters, both emergency and transitional, and the lack of programs and services for survivors of domestic violence, so she chose to be pro-active and founded the non-profit THRIVE SC in 2015, to provide transitional housing, holistic programs and services, and innovative resources for victims of domestic violence and their family pets. She then pivoted to a career in real estate, in order to funnel all non-profit earnings directly to victims’ programs and services. What began as a source of income quickly transformed into a passion for the Charleston housing market. After working for over two years at Carolina One, Mackie recently made the change to Sweet Grass Real Estate, a boutique, local firm, where she specializes in residential property sales within the greater Charleston area, focusing on historic downtown Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, and the barrier islands. Mackie volunteers for The Georgetown University Alumni Admissions Program, conducting interviews for first-year and transfer applicants to Georgetown University, and she serves on the Membership Committee for the Historic Charleston Rotary club.

Mackie recently completed work as associate producer and actor on director Paige Tolmach’s Emmy-nominated documentary film WHAT HAUNTS US, about the horrific nightmare of childhood sexual abuse that pervaded their seemingly perfect high school. Mackie spent much of the premiere year traveling to film festivals across the country and participating in panel discussions with the audience, following each viewing of the documentary. Please take the time to watch this very important film, now available on Amazon, Apple iTunes, Vudu, Google Play Movies, and YouTube.