The mission of the Archie Moore, Anybody Can Youth foundation is to empower San Diego's inner-city youth to face life's challenges without cowardice but with courage and dignity.
The program offers a positive alternative to the prevalent drug and gang violence in the communities we serve. Boxers maintain focus and determination as they work with their peers and ABC’s coaches. Many people may remember our previous head coach, Art Wilson, who worked with Billy Moore for over two decades. Together they produced boxing champions and, more importantly, well-rounded individuals. Our new Coach, David Torres, and other volunteer coaches are now at the helm and here to guide our youth to reach both their athletic and life goals.
PRESIDENT | CEO
Boxing Color Analyst and Commentator
Mr. Moore has been a highly touted member of the boxing community for over thirty years. He has worked with and trained the best there is. Mr. Moore has been the President and CEO of the ABC Youth Foundation for the past thirteen years, since the passing of his father Archie Moore who founded the organization in 1957. Mr. Moore has touched the lives of hundreds of youth and been a large part of many of them becoming successful and productive members of society. He has been a Boxing Color Analyst and Commentator on numerous boxing broadcasts. He has been an active member of the San Diego community for over thirty years and continues to give back. Mr. Moore has a passion for world missions and has traveled to more that thirty countries.
"When a task is once begun,never leave until it's done."
Dr. Lynn Fader
Retired Federal Law Enforcement
Terence L. Shigg is a retired federal law enforcement officer (27 years) and a practicing licensed marriage and family therapist. For 20 years, he was a leader in the largest federal labor union, the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE). His education includes a BA in Psychology from the University of California Santa Barbara and a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from National University. In 2012, he was honored with a Leadership award from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, San Diego for his role in developing and presenting suicide awareness training. He has been trained in Blue Courage (bluecourage.com), HeartMath (Heartmath.com), Critical Incident Skills Management (CISM) and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST). He served as the president of a local labor union (AFGE Local 1613) and vice president of a national labor council (National Border Patrol Council). Terence developed relationships with national and local politicians, leaders, and organizations. He is active in his church (The Rock – sdrock.com) and volunteers as a community chaplain