About Us


The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to secure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights in order to eliminate race-based discrimination and ensure the health and well-being of all persons.

NAACP Vision

The vision of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.

Executive Board (2018-2020)

Oveta Glover – President
Gale Nash – Secretary
Johnathan Kirkwood – Treasurer
Lorraine Simmons
Carol R. Lee
Edith Holmes- Anderson
Lonnie Randolph
Comilla Sampson
Virginia Peterkin
Gail Glover Faust
A.V. Strong

Jim Felder
Wanda Luckey
Vince Gatling
Weldon Hammond
Loretta Hammond
Dorothy Cunningham
Alexis Grant
Christy Savage
Gene Blakely Parks
Betty Mozee
Constance Jenkins
Ginetta Hamilton

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Oveta Glover

The second daughter of the late Rev.Dr. Benjamin J. & Mrs. Lydia W. Glover. She was born in Charleston, SC, Feb. 6, 1954; resides in Columbia S.C. Ms. Glover is one of the first 11 students to integrate the public schools in the state of SC. The city of Charleston was the first city of the state to integrate. James Simons Elementary of Charleston, S.C. 1963 was the school she integrated; finishing high school at CA Johnson High/Columbia, SC continued her education at Wilberforce University, graduated with a BS degree in Early Childhood Education from Benedict College, Columbia, SC.


She has taught in the public school system of Columbia as an Assistant Teacher and as a Pre-school Teacher in a private school. Ms. Glover has a list of volunteerism. At a young age Oveta owned her own restaurant and lounge business in Columbia, S.C. She adores entertaining and believes that a smile will carry you a long distance.

She is a member of several civic organizations. When she resided in Charleston 1982-1985 she was employed with Charleston County School District and placed as a long term substitute during that time she began an organization “Lady Teens, Inc” that encouraged young ladies to listen, learn and think about themselves and how they fit into the society around them.Presently the founder and president of F.U.N.D.S., Inc 501 c (3) non-profit organization that was founded in 1997. The organization is the first to implement the Annual Statewide Black History Parade and Festival which is an educational event; motto: Education Through Entertainment.

She is also an author; “ACOLYTE MINISTRY IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN CHURCH” a manual for teaching the Acolyte ministry.

She recently received the Key to the City of Charleston SC from the Charleston County School Superintendent and the Proclamation from Charleston Mayor Joe Riley and City Council.

Her motto is “the greatest gift of all is LOVE through education and God’s will; You listen, You learn, You teach, You love”.