Gloria Korto Zayzay Dole is a public Servant, an Emerging Lawyer, and a youth/Gender advocate. Gloria holds Bachelor of Arts in Administration from Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) in 2015, where she studies and serve as the Women’s President for the University Student Representative Council (SRC). In this role she spearheaded Leadership, empowerment, and social programs for over 2000 female.
In 2012, she established the Teens Mom Room (TMR) on the Buduburam Refugee Camp, Accra Ghana, for vulnerable young women who were victim of abuse. She has since established another branch within Liberia that is a social empowerment Center that is dedicated to helping teenage mother regain economic control of their lives through skills development, empowerment and social development.
Gloria is an alumnus of the President Young Professional program (PYPP); a prestigious two-year fellowship that places Liberian college graduates in important government roles and provides them with training and mentorship as they support the government’s top priorities. Launched by H.E. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in 2009, the PYPP is now one of Africa’s most competitive programs for leadership in public service. Over Six year (6) she has work with the Public Procurement & Concessions Commission first as a Policy and Procedures Officer and now as the Human Resource Director. She has obtained a Bachelor of Law (LLB) from the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law, University of Liberia, and is currently pursuing the third and fourth level of professional Procurement Certificate from the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), an international accredited Procurement Body based in Denmark.
Gloria is passionate about Youth Empowerment, Good Governance and has and continue to strive towards a reform Human capital, Talent Management and it prospects of a competent, professional, and vibrant technical staff within the Public Sector.