Gordon Glover is retired from a career in journalism and foundation work. After graduation from the University of Tennessee he worked for the Knoxville News-Sentinel for three years. He then worked in news papering for the Associated Press and the New York Daily News in New England, New York and Washington. He served as editor of New York Daily News (New England Edition).
He also owned and published a community newspaper in suburban New Jersey for 12 years. He won first place for best newspaper and best editorial awards from the National Newspaper Association for his work on this community newspaper.
As a senior program officer for the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation in New Jersey, he specialized in reviewing grant applications from regional and national environmental organizations. The foundation provided support to quality journalism produced by organizations such as NPR.
Since moving to Maine in retirement, he has served on the boards of the Natural Resources Council of Maine, as well as the League of Conservation Voters.