Michele Waller (born October 12, 1944 in Buffalo, New York) is a microbiology technologist at Shelby Baptist Medical Center and the Laboratory Corporation of America and a candidate to represent 7th Congressional District of Alabama, left vacant by Artur Davis.
Waller was one of six children born to the family of upstate New York farmer and grocer Harold Gorman. She graduated from Nazareth Academy in Rochester and then served in the U. S. Air Force from 1968 to 1970. In 1982 she completed a bachelor's degree in psychology at SUNY-Albany and earned her broadcasting license as a trainee at the New School of Contemporary Radio in Albany. She later earned a master of arts in communication at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
She became a board certified clinical pathologist in microbiology in 1991 and worked for years at UAB before retiring. She is currently employed at Shelby Baptist and for Laboratory Corporation of America and resides in Alabaster. She has two sons and six grandchildren and is an active member of Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church.
- Diel, Stan (May 6, 2010) "Campaign 2010: 4 candidates hope to return U.S. House seat for Alabama District 7 to GOP." Birmingham News
- Michele Waller campaign website