Professional & Continuing Studies

Brenda Soto, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate program graduate
“The hybrid curriculum format–online and classroom–was the best of both worlds.”

“I learned the value of Six Sigma concepts when I witnessed the improvement of a large medical device operation that I supported as a human resources business partner. The tools and techniques learned in the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate gave me a broad perspective of the diverse functions and organizations that would benefit from this methodology, including the human resources field. Now that I have the experience and the certificate, I live and foster the culture of continuous improvement in every aspect of my work as an international talent management consultant and business college instructor.”

“Getting the Six Sigma certificate from a higher education institution recognized in our community as a leader in entrepreneurial education was an important factor when I selected UD for professional and continuing studies. The program’s instructors brought to the class a wide range of experiences supporting Six Sigma projects for different organizations. It was very helpful for business cases and class discussions.”

“The hybrid curriculum format–online and classroom–was the best of both worlds. It gave me the flexibility to work at my own pace. In addition, the instructors always were available and willing to meet at any time, any day.”

Brenda Soto is an adjunct instructor in Wilmington University’s College of Business, as well as founder and principal of Brenda Soto Associates, a human performance improvement consulting firm specializing in Spanish and English professional services. Soto is a governor-appointed executive board member of the Delaware Hispanic Commission.