Maggie Glover is originally from Dallas, Texas. Attended Schools in the Dallas Independent School District. Her undergraduate nursing degree was obtained from Texas Woman’s University; MSN in Community Health from Old Dominion University (1996); and a PhD in Nursing from the University of Maryland, Baltimore (2003). She has held varied leadership positions in national and international locations: Walter Reed National Medical Center Bethesda (WRNMC), Parkland Hospital, Dallas Texas; Barnes Jewish Hospital, St Louis, MO; Sinai Hospital, Baltimore. Naval Hospital Portsmouth; Philadelphia Naval Hospital; Chinhae, Korea Medical Clinic; U.S. Naval Hospital Guam; Howard University, Washington D. C.; Maryland; and Navy Medicine Headquarters, Washington D.C. Highlights of her leadership positions have ranged from: Staff Nurse, Manager, Director, Associate Chief Nurse, VP level positions, and consultant in healthcare organizations. In 2012, CAPT Glover officially retired from the United States Navy. Prior to her retirement she was the Director for the Navy & Marine Corps Human Research Protection Program, Lead Inspector, and Special Advisor to the Surgeon General of the Navy.
Her leadership and scholarly responsibilities have included: Associate Chief Nurse, Associate VP Practice, Research, & Education; DoD Lead faculty for Evidence Based Practice, Research for military; Associate Professor in varied academic settings, faculty mentor, consultant for course and research protocol development; DoD Representative on the National Institute for Nursing Research (NIH-NINR)- National Advisory Council for Nursing Research; Reviewer Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA); TriService Nursing Research Program Science & Advisory Panel member. Her research portfolio includes experiences as a Principal and Associate Investigator for quantitative and qualitative research totaling over $2 million dollars. Experience: in developing holistic leadership development courses, coaching mid/executive level leadership (national/international), leading large interprofessional groups, academicpartnerships, social development for primary and secondary education, and provides community empowerment workshops for girls and women. Committedto diversity, inclusion, equity in healthcare: consultant, invited speaker, panel contributor, focus groups, community projects, and strategic workgroup(s).