Determined, steadfast, ambitious and tenacious. These are just a few adjectives to describe Gloria Liddell.
Gloria is certified as a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. She enjoys the process of eliminating or reducing muda (waste). Gloria has an innate ability to remain focused and organized. She takes pride in finding ways to make an end-to-end process more efficient. The positions and assignments that she enjoyed most in her career were the ones that allowed her to be creative; the ones that offered an opportunity for her to stretch and grow.
Gloria had the pleasure of being a mentor within several organizations. Most recently, served as a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters, in Detroit, MI and Circle of Friends Youth Foundation, a nonprofit organization that focuses on young African American males ages 11-18. Gloria also supported the Mothers of Murdered Children Foundation (MOMC), a crisis intervention and survivor assistance organization that provides advocacy, outreach and direct service programs for families and communities traumatized by homicide. Gloria committed herself to being an educator, role model and resource.
Memberships: Wayne State University Alumni, NMA Chapter 141, Circle of Friends Youth Foundation, Big Brothers Big Sisters mentor, Inforum Participant- via WSU