Meet Nakisa Glover
Sol Nation Founder
Nakisa Glover, founder of Sol Nation, is a native of Charlotte, NC. She has a passion for advocacy and contributing positively to the community. Her commitment to the community means that she works to raise awareness about threats as well as key issues and she advocates for real SOLutions. She holds a biology degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She has built a track record as a community organizer, with years of experience in corporate, community and service-based work. Ms. Glover is a strong collaborator, having brought her perspective to her roles with Girls Who Code as a Regional Partnership Coordinator, Hip Hop Caucus as National Climate Justice Fellow and as the former National Campaign Coordinator for the Justice Action Mobilization Network (JAMN), both, groups dedicated to mitigating the impacts of climate change through advocacy while fusing social justice and climate justice. Her deep local and national networks mean that Ms. Glover has resources and contacts for combating critical issues related to climate, environmental, social and economic justice. She was recently recognized as a 2019 Grist 50 Fixer, and with the 2019 Martin Luther King Jr Growing The Dream Award. Previous awards include the 2016 Clean Air Carolina Airkeeper Award joining North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, Dr. James Kenny and other business leaders. Ms. Glover actively develops strategies to engage millennials in electoral and civic processes. She offers SOLutions while addressing complex matters such as voter suppression, economic empowerment, climate and environmental justice, and human rights on behalf of the communities she serves.