Sharron D. Jackson-Glover
Sharron is CEO of The Glover Group LLC, a consulting business focused on providing
assessment, development, implementation, and facilitation of Applied Leadership (AL)
programs. She also served as President and Board Chair of the Black Chamber of Commerce of
Metro OKC from 2011 to 2015. During her leadership the BCC grew from 80 members to 235.
She was a Business Coordinator for Metro Technology Centers’ Business Development Center-
North, for the Business and Industry Services Division for over 12 years. Sharron was also the
host and creator of “The Bis Coach” radio show on AM 1140 and 92.1 FM with Perry
Broadcasting Company. The show aired weekly and is podcast on iTunes. It covers the stories of
business start-ups and service providers to small business in the black community. She is a
strong supporter of community outreach programs and the continued growth of the economy
in NE Oklahoma City.
In the past Sharron owned Complete Business Solutions, LLC. In 2002 the company was named Minority New Business of the Year during Minority Enterprise Development Week (MED Week) by the Oklahoma Minority Supplier Development Council. She is a Certified Trainer and Facilitator, Executive Coach, and Certified Program Planner. She is a PREP Trainer for Public Strategies, Inc. the classes are focused on building stronger marriages which impact the economy and strengthen the community. Sharron was the recipient of the 2011 Oklahoma Minority Small Business Champion of the Year Award from the SBA, Oklahoma District and one of Perry Publishing & Broadcasting 2011 “Woman of the Year”. The Single Family Support Network gave Sharron the “Eagle Award 2014” for overcoming obstacles and being an example for others. The Urban League of OKC honored her as one of the 2014 “Equal Opportunity Award for 2014”. Sharron is a graduating member of Leadership OKC Class 32. She currently serves as Board Chairman of Single Parent Support Network and Leadership OKC Board. She is also on the Advisory Board for OKC Kids Foundation and an Advisory Member for OK House Representative George Young.