The week-long intensive plenary sessions will focus on health and the black church. The first session will delve into a Historical Overview of Public Health in the Black Church. This session will be presented by Dr. Frank E. Glover, Jr.
Dr. Glover is a board-certified Urologist in Georgia. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Georgia, a Masters Public Health degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, and two Doctoral degrees from Johns Hopkins University one from the School of Medicine and the other from the School of Hygiene and Public Health.
Dr. Glover has given testimony before United States Congress on Ebola Response to West African Epidemic, received a commendation from Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for Health Care in Liberia, and been named National Medical Association Practitioner of the Year Award.
He is also an Ordained Baptist Minister and has traveled to the world. Dr. Glover has also worked with the following ministries: Medical Missions Liberia, West Africa, Medical Missions Zaire, Central Africa
Community Health Fairs, Preaching at Churches Nationally and in Africa, Home Weekly Discipleship Bible Studies for local pastors, and Sermon Preparation Course for area pastors and ministers biweekly.