Bmorenews’ founder is Doni M. Glover, a McNair Scholar who graduate from Coppin State (’93-’96) who has also done graduate work at Morgan State University in International Affairs. In addition to being a noted news talk radio host for the past 19 years, he has also appeared on local and national radio and television networks, including TV One’s Roland Martin Show and on CNN with Carol Costello. It should be noted that his television career took-off at WBAL TV 11 in Baltimore where he has provided political analysis since 2001.
A journalist since 1994, he also founded DMGlobal Marketing & Public Relations. Glover has an extensive list of clients including corporations, non-profits, government agencies, politicos, business owners, PR firms, and attorneys.
Further, Glover began The ORIGINAL Black Wall Street SERIES *NYC *MD *DC *ATL *NOLA in Washington, D.C. in 2011 to celebrate black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race. To date, Bmorenews and its partners have honored hundreds in 5 US cities. Often referred to as “The Voice of Baltimore,” Glover is the author of “Unapologetically Black: Doni Glover Autobiography”, released in the spring of 2015.
Glover is the father of Poly alumni Asaan Glover (21) and Poly junior N’yinde’ Glover (16). While Doni attended Poly (’79-’81), he is a proud Dunbar graduate (’81-’83). Afterwards, he attended Morehouse College from ’83-’85. Most recently, Glover joined the world’s cadre of authors with the release of his autobiography, Unapologetically Black.
*2015 Appointed to Maryland African American History Commission, State of Maryland
*2014 Debut on national television, The Roland Martin Show, TV One, NewsOneNOW
*2014 Keynote Speaker, Head Start Baltimore Graduation, Morgan State University
*2014 Panelist, National Newspaper Publishers Association, Portland, OR
*2014 Community Leadership Award, VIPeVENTS Concierge
*2014 Lowes 4th Annual Basketball Tournament “Thank You” Award, Robert C. Marshall Recreation Center, Historic Pennsylvania Avenue
*2014 Social Media and the Urban Child Symposium Panelist, University of Baltimore
*2014 Black History Month Award, Land of Kush
*2014 Raymond V. Haysbert Entrepreneur Award by State of Maryland Black Chamber of Commerce
*2013 Mandela Award from Prince George’s County
*2013 Omega Psi Phi Mu Mu Chapter Citizen of the Year
*2012 Baltimore Activist Award by Southern Christian Leadership Conference & The Solidarity Center
*2012 Renaissance Man Award by Sisters4Sisters Network, Inc.
*2012 Black Professional Men’s “Rays of Hope” Awardee
*2011 Freedom Fighter Award by GCOMM Media
*2011 Juneteenth Museum’s Legends Award
*2010 MomsRTheBest.com’s Leadership Awards
*2009 Voice of the People Award, CEO Business Café, Prince George’s County
*2009 44th District Legend Award
*2008 Legacy of Freedom Award by the Paul Robeson Academy
*2008 Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce Citation
*2008 Engineers of the Year Awards Business Summit’s “Men of Influence” Award
*2007 The Association of Black Media Workers (NABJ) 2006 Media Choice Award Winner: Best New Media, www.BMORENEWS.com’s BTV
*Baltimore City Paper’s 2006 Best Place to … Get Political
*Baltimore City Paper’s 2005 Best Enterprising Journalist
*2005 Distinguished Alumni, Coppin State University, Baltimore
*2004 Small Business Administration Business Advocate of the Year Runner Up, Maryland
*2004 Distinguished Service Award, Black Professional Women
*2003 Faces to Watch, Baltimore Business Journal and countless citations from federal, state, and local officials.