Kelley Glover has been a Unity Church of the Hills member since 2003. She served as a music team member for 17 years, led the youth choir, and co-designed and taught summer youth camps at UCOH for 15 years. She works as a doctoral research assistant at Texas State University, where she is in her third year of working on her Ph.D. in School Improvement.

She is the creator of a culturally responsive music education cartoon and game app called “U BETTER Sing!” Her company also mentored youth interested in having careers in the arts. “U BETTER Sing!” was featured on the PBS show “Blackademics” where she discussed how Western colonialism affects music education. Her company’s products were also sent overseas to work with young Nigerian girls affected by the Boko Haram crisis in an initiative to educate and heal students through music.

She recently became a published scholar in the International Journal of Leadership in Education. Ms. Glover’s research agenda focuses on a praxis of spirituality, radical love, and critical theory in PK-12 schooling and institutions of higher learning.

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