Qualified Administrators of the IDI (Intercultural Development Inventory)

Claire Cox-Woodlief

Hello! I am Claire Cox-Woodlief. Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Reconciliation work has become a clear call as I have developed authentic relationships with a growing number of people who have life experiences that differ from my own. These relationships have helped me gain a better understanding of how we are all formed by our cultural identities and life experiences. I’ve been on a journey to increase my intercultural competence with a goal towards cultural humility and have become passionate about wanting to help others learn and grow in this area as well.

I am a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), a Certified Facilitator of Sacred Conversations to End Racism (SC2ER), a Conflict Transformation Minister, a Spiritual Companion, and a disrupter of unjust systems.

My collaborators and I look forward to serving you.


Rev. Sung Moy

Rev. Sung Min Moy is an ordained elder in the NY Annual Conference of the UMC. She immigrated to the U.S. from South Korea as a toddler. She lived in the Mid-Hudson Valley of NY until she and her family moved to NC. She has been a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory since 2019 and the Intercultural Conflict Styles Inventory since 2021 and has provided services to clients such as the United Methodist Church, NCCU Wesley Foundation, and Duke Chapel. Sung had worked for several years supporting national sales in the IT Staffing and Consulting Industry. She has served UM churches in both NY and NC for over 18 years. She is currently back in school at UNC-Chapel Hill completing her MSW. Sung is also a Certified Professional Diversity Coach through CoachDiversity Institute. She serves on the Board of Directors for Building Connections at Whispering Oak Farm and NCCU Wesley Foundation. Sung is very conscientious about providing services from a trauma-informed, anti-oppressive, and culturally humble perspective. She is married to Victor and has a teenage son, David, who is on the autism spectrum.  

Rev. Gloria Winston

Rev. Gloria Winston’s (she/her) ties are deep and wide in the public, private, nonprofit sector, and the grassroots community. She has spent over thirty years of successful professional experience as a visionary
leader with a passion for serving others, providing pastoral care, grief and trauma-informed ministry, spiritual formation, conflict and intercultural training to individuals and special needs groups.

Rev. Gloria’s passions are focused on interfaith dialogue/engagement, spiritual wellness & formation, conflict transformation and healing. Her specialized training, licensing and certifications include Intercultural
Development Inventory (IDI), Intercultural Conflict Style Inventory(ICS), Certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor, Interfaith Assessment Academy Fellow from Interfaith America, National Council for Behavioral
Health, and Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Certification: Units I & II.

Rev. Gloria is an honor graduate of North Carolina Central University (NCCU), where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Pre-Law. Rev. Gloria received a Master of Divinity from Duke University and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry in Transformative Leadership with a concentration in Peace Building and Interfaith Dialogue at Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School.

Rev. Gloria is an ordained elder in the NC Conference of the United Methodist Church, where she has served in various unique ministry settings as a college chaplain, hospital chaplain and lead pastor of several local churches. She is currently serving as a candidacy mentor leader to those who feel like God might be calling them to ordained ministry. She is appointed in the NC Conference of the UMC as executive director/campus pastor at North Carolina Central University (NCCU), Durham, NC with NCCU Wesley Campus Ministry. From
fall 2015 to spring 2022, Rev. Gloria served as NCCU Office of Spiritual Development & Dialogue’s director where she faithfully served NCCU students, staff, alums and faculty campus-wide.

Rev. Gloria is Faith Matters Network’s Spiritual Formation and Learning Journeys Director. As Faith Matters Network’s lead facilitator and national clergy coach for Disciples of Welcome, Micah Fellows and Wisdom
Council Learning Journeys, Rev Gloria has successfully led one and two-year learning and praxis experiences for interdenominational clergy and laity in North Carolina, Arkansas, and Pennsylvania in spiritual formation, bridging across divides and conflict transformation in their churches and communities.

Rev. Gloria currently serves on the national board of the Association of Chaplaincy in Spiritual Life and Higher Education (ACSLHE). She has received numerous awards and accolades for her volunteer efforts and community involvement. She received the Outstanding Leadership Award from Strengthening the Black Family, Inc., Anne McDougall Memorial Award for Women’s Studies from Duke Divinity School, Virginia
Chamber of Commerce Heroic Valor Award, NC Crime Commission’s Outstanding Crime Prevention Award, and the Community Collaborator Award from NCCU Division of Student Affairs.

Rev. Gloria enjoys long walks on the beach and action movies. She is a proud mother of one adult son and one grand dog, Deuce.