Gloria A. Vadus

Title: President
Company: Graphinc, Inc.
Location: Potomac, Maryland, United States

Gloria A. Vadus, President at Graphinc, Inc., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in handwriting analysis.

As the president and owner of Graphinc, Inc., since 1985, Ms. Vadus provides extensive handwriting analysis to a variety of clients, utilizing her vast array of expertise to better serve her community. Earning a Diploma from the Cole School of Graphology in 1978, she went on to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in psychology counseling and a Master of Arts in psychology from Columbia Pacific University in 1981 and 1982, respectively. After obtaining some hands-on experience in the field, she earned a Diploma as a handwriting expert through Ms. Edith Eisenberg in 1991.

Since earning her degrees, Ms. Vadus has been a registered graphologist through the American Academy of Graphology since 1978 and a court-qualified scientific document examiner since 1989. Certified in questioned documents and behavioral profiling through the American Board of Forensic Examiners, she is also a diplomate of the board as well as the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation. Locally, she has been a founding member of the International Women’s Review Board since 2008 and was a sovereign ambassador of the Order of American Ambassadors in 2006.

A former president of the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation in the early 1980s, Ms. Vadus has served on a number of organizations and committees throughout her career, including the American College of Forensic Examiners International, the National Association of Document Examiners, Soroptimist International and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. In recognition of her exceptional contributions to forensic science and psychology, she has been the recipient of several accolades, including the Directors General Leadership Award from the International Biographical Center in 2015, the Visionary Award from the American Biographical Institute in 2012, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the World Congress of the Arts, Sciences and Communications in 2005, among others. Enjoying singing, playing piano and reading in her spare time, Ms. Vadus has been highlighted in several editions of Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the East, Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who of American Women.

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