Ms. Che Glover is a role model for women in a historically white male dominated field. As a difference maker, she generously gives of her time to work closely with employees, especially females for the betterment of the organization and all employees. As a result of a work group she led, a new office in NCIS was established: the Diversity & Inclusion Program Office along with the first-ever NCIS Chief Diversity Officer hired in July. The innovative and strategic program effectively assists NCIS leaders to fully incorporate diversity in management and operational decisions and model equal opportunity to foster a culture of diversity & inclusion.
Ché Glover is currently assigned as the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Senior Representative to the Secretariat where she manages agents and analysts embedded in key commands within the Pentagon. Special Agent Glover graduated Magna Cum Laude from Spelman College and completed a Master of Arts Degree from Memphis State University. Securing employment through the Outstanding Scholar’s Program, she began her federal government career in 1992 with the U.S. Customs Service. Over her 26 years in federal law enforcement, she has had the pleasure of working for a variety of agencies all over the world. She has spent the last 17 years dedicated to NCIS. In September 2009, she received the Secretary of Defense Medal for Global War on Terrorism for her force protection deployment efforts in support of DoN activities in the Middle East. She is married to Special Agent David Glover, NCIS Senior Representative to the Joint Staff, J2X, Pentagon. They have two children, Gabrielle (13) and Brandon (10).