Liz Mooradian


URM Historian & Special Assistant to the CEO

Liz joined the Union Rescue Mission staff in January 1992. She has served as the Director of Communications and Public Relations and currently as the Mission's Historian and Special Assistant to the CEO. Liz has experienced URM's transition of ministry as it moved locations from its Main Street building to the current facility on San Pedro Street (November 1994) and as it expanded its services to meet the needs of the overwhelming increase in women, children, and families. All of this combines to give her a unique perspective on the Mission, yesterday and today. Liz also oversees the organization's extensive archives and History Library.

Liz is a wife, mother, and grandmother who has had the opportunity to raise a family as a first career and move into serving those who are less fortunate as a second career. For eight years, she worked in the International Office of World Vision before transitioning to Union Rescue Mission.

In addition to enjoying an active ministry with URM, Liz has been blessed with many years of service to her Church, community, and local schools. In her spare time, she shares her love of art and living with her grandchildren and enjoys teaching the art of American Indian Sandpainting.