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The Glover Family


Worldwide Charity Center Vision

President Roy Glover was born and reared in Pompano Beach Florida where he attended Blanche Ely H.S.  There he was President of the Student Council, the Honor Society and became an Ely Basketball Star. Thereafter Bishop Glover attended Florida State University and was the first African American to break the color barrier receiving a 4-year Basketball Scholarship.  There he majored in Political Science and American History.

During his formative years, Roy joined the US Air Force and was honorably discharged in 1975.  In his spare time he was a DJ at the local radio station and later received a degree in Public Administration from Park University in Kansas City, Missouri.

Roy returned to Florida to teach American History at Ridgewood and Ely High Schools. He pursued his Masters Degree in Political Science & Religious Studies at the University of South Florida and received a Paralegal degree from Platt University.

Roy is married to Dr. Sandra Glover and is the father of four children, Deonta, Rosalyn, Roy Jr., and Tracy Renee'. Bishop Glover's vision is to build a Worldwide Multiplex Charity Center in the South Florida area.  A donation from EVERY person can make his vision for the Worldwide Charity Center a reality.

Bishop Roy & Dr. Sandra Glover

Dr. Sandra Glover was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up in the suburbs of Long Island, New York.  After high school she pursued her Associate of Arts degree from the Nassau Community College.  There she recieved a Women's Achievement Award for returning to college as a single mom and head of house hold while maintaining a high GPA.

Dr. Glover, relocated herself and her son to West Palm Beach where she later received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology and Masters Degree in Social Work from Barry University in Miami. Dr. Glover received  her Phd Doctorate degree from Jacksonville Theological Seminary in Counseling.

Dr. Glover tragically lost her only son, Rasheem Jamal Clark to a car accident in July of 2004.  She has established the Rasheem Jamal Clark Scholarship Fund in his honor for eligible candidates seeking a college degree in business. Dr. Sandra and Roy Glover were united in marriage.

Dr. Glover, founder of Angel Family Intervention, a non-profit community service program will counsel and connect families in crisis and service children and young adults with a history of substance and domestic violence abuse. 

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