Joslyn Glover was recently named director of the Office of Institutional Equity at Eastern Kentucky University.
Glover joined the University after three years as division director of administrative services in the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice and six years as an attorney with the Office of Legal Services, both positions in the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet. During her time with the Cabinet, Glover oversaw all human resources operations, managed Equal Employment Opportunity Commission matters and litigated employment cases on behalf of the Cabinet.
In her new role at EKU, Glover will be responsible for implementing the University’s equal opportunity and affirmative action programs, as well as managing investigations pursuant to the University’s non-discrimination and harassment policy. She will also serve as the University’s Title IX coordinator.
“Under her leadership, the Office of Institutional Equity will promote a working environment which is fair and responsible, free of discrimination and harassment and affords equal opportunities for all members of the University community,” said Dr. Laurie Carter, executive vice president and university counsel.
Glover holds a juris doctorate from the University of Kentucky and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Louisville. She began her legal career serving as chief law clerk for the chief justice of the Kentucky Supreme Court.
Glover and her family live in Richmond, where she is active in the community. She has served on the Richmond Commission for Human Rights and the Board of Kentucky River Foothills. Currently, she serves as president of the Berea Kiwanis Club.