Director of Operations
Glorie was born in Cameroon and came to the United States with his family when he was 8-years-old. He grew up in Silver Spring and graduated from Springbrook HS in 2013.
After high school, Glorie attended Montgomery College, receiving an Associates Degree in Information Technology. While at Montgomery College, Glorie was elected captain of the track and field team, where he placed 3rd nationally in the discus event.
In 2016 Glorie continued his education at Towson University, where he played for the TU NCAA Division 1 football team. He was selected by the Center of Applied Research and Technology for an Internship specializing in IT Support.
Glorie is the President of Good Samaritan Hand, a non-profit organization providing assistance and resources for the homeless population in Washington DC. Good Samaritan Hand also supports and funds orphanages in India and Togo.
Glorie is fluent in French and English, enjoys playing drums, piano and guitar. In his free time, he enjoys collaborating with friends and producing music.