Curtis Anthony Grant
Curtis is a talented and results-driven professional offering formal training in electrical engineering with cross-functional experience across diverse manufacturing industries. He has combined excellent technical, analytical, engineering expertise with great people skills to achieve cost reductions and quality improvements for his current employer, General Motors.
Curtis A. Grant's performance has not gone unnoticed, he is a 2017 Black Achievers recipient, nominated by General Motors Tonawanda Engine Plant for his commitment to excellence.
Grant has experience in union and non-union environments which enables him to understand and manage the concerns of a broad cross-section of stakeholders with sometimes opposing but equally important objectives.
Curtis is a member of the New Mt. Ararat Temple of Prayer. There he serves as a Deacon and Special Assistant to the Pastor of the church, Bishop Dwight E. Brown. He performs community service through several vehicles, most notably the United Way.
Curtis A. Grant is a veteran of the United States Army. He was enlisted for eight years, serving as a military policeman in Operation Iraqi Freedom.