Gwendolyn Gaines Moffitt joined the Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR) in 2008 as a Civil Rights Investigator in the Enforcement Division. During her tenure, she has investigated complaints of violations of Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act, Michigan’s Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, HUD’s Fair Housing Act, and complaints filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Gwen has extensive experience working in the disciplines of Process Facilitation, Strategic Planning, Human Resources Recruitment and Selection, Organization and Workforce Development, Team Building, Training, Human/Employee Relations, Multiculturalism, Diversity, Racial Equity, Business Management Education, and Professional/Cross-Cultural Communications. She has worked directly for companies in various management and professional capacities including Reynolds Aluminum, Amway Corporation, Herman Miller, Inc., Seyfert, Spaulding, Tennyson, Inc. (a public relations firm), and Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital. She has conducted numerous consulting assignments at for profit and nonprofit organizations and devoted a considerable amount of her time to human relations, anti-racism, and equity-related causes. Gwen holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Alfred University (Alfred, NY) and a Master of Business Administration degree from Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, MI). She has also worked as an adjunct faculty member teaching graduate and undergraduate business management courses at the University of Phoenix and Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids.