Kawan Glover

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Director of Millennial Business Development, Bold Vision Enterprise

Hyattsville, Maryland

Kawan Glover is a recent University of Maryland, College Park graduate who studied finance at the Robert H. School of Business. He is a writer, with his first book on the way, professional speaker and life coach. Currently, he is the Director of Millennial Business at a business consulting firm called Bold Vision Enterprise. In addition to that, he is starting his own brand called Overcome Adversity, which leverages his personal ordeal surrounding brain trauma to help others Overcome their own Adversity no matter the shape or form.

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Posted May 23, 2019

Why You Shouldn’t Choose a College Just Based on Rankings

As high school comes to an end, seniors who believe higher education is the next step get their ducks in…

By Kawan Glover

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Posted Oct. 22, 2020

If You Care About Educational Justice in Your Community, #GetEducated and #VoteLocal

Focus on what the talking heads have to say and you would think there’s nothing more to this election than donkeys and elephants.  Yes, we’re…

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Posted Oct. 22, 2020

School Boards Are on the Ballot in 28 States This November

In Texas, California, Michigan, New York and 24 other states, school boards are on the ballot this November. That means folks in those places may…

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Posted Oct. 20, 2020

You Can’t Sit This Election Out. Your Students Are Watching.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016.  I arrive at school bleary and unfocused—up too late the night before, fitful sleep, early rise. Class hasn’t started yet, students…

By Jay Wamsted

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