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NABWIC Talks with Glorious Johnson Candidate City Council District 9

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Glorious Johnson is a native of Jacksonville, FL and has always called it home. She is an active member The Greater El-Beth-El Divine Holiness Church. Glorious taught many years in the Duval County School System. This was a fantastic opportunity for her to help the children of the Jacksonville community learn and grow. For over 35 years, she taught children and adults reading, writing, mathematics, and science in her home. When she left teaching, she received a very treasured award: an Honorary Life Membership from the Florida Parent/Teacher Association.
Glorious earned her Bachelor Degree from Jacksonville University in Music Education, her first Master Degree was from Nova University in School Administration and Supervision (Fort Lauderdale, FL) and her second Master Degree came from Columbia University/Teachers College (New York City) majoring in Educational Administration/Organizational Leadership.

Glorious previously served as City Councilwoman, Group 5, At-Large (County-Wide) from 2003 to 2011. In 2007, she was re-elected with no opposition. Glorious Johnson was appointed by the former Governor, Charlie Christ, to serve on the Florida Status of Women Committee. She was also appointed by the former United States Senator, Mel Martinez, to serve on the U.S. Middle District Nomination Commission.

Bradford L. Hall, Jr., Campaign Mgr , Glorious Johnson Campaign for City Council, District 9