Gloria E. Nelson
Gloria E. Nelson, a Dundalk, Md. resident, works for the Maryland State Department of Human Resources as Manager, Staff Development in the Office of Human Resources and Training. She has more than 35 years of distinguished service with the State of Maryland and possesses an extensive background in human resource recruitment and training. Additionally, she has been recognized in her expertise in the design, development and delivery of human resources programs.
Strongly connected to the community, Nelson took on the responsibility of reorganizing and revitalizing the Turner Station Recreation Council. She served as its president from 2001 until 2005 and is currently an active member managing several youth programs.
She also serves as vice president of the Turner Station Community Conservation Team, is a member of the Turner Station Community Development Corporation, a member of the Harbor Team for the Dredged Material Management Program (DMMP) and serves of the DMMP Citizens Advisory Committee.
Nelson has received several awards over the years including the Baltimore County Department of Recreation & Parks “2007 Shining Star Volunteer Award” and the “2007 Nation Health and Fitness Association, Inc. Award.” She also received the 2006 Nominate Baltimore County “Women of the Year 2006” award and received a “Special Recreation Award” from the Turner Station Recreation Council in 2006. Nelson is also very active within the faith community.