Janet Glover-Kerkvliet, NCC, LCPC, GCDF, HNCP is a career development facilitator, adult/couples psychotherapist, and a Maryland Approved Clinical Supervisor. Ms. Glover-Kerkvliet has experience counseling clients dealing with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, co-occurring disorders, addiction recovery, relationship, and life/career issues. She facilitates counseling groups and workshops designed to assist people with employment barriers, racial microaggressions, workplace bullying, and other mental health concerns. She is a Baltimore Corps 2017-18 Elevation Awardee, a 2018-19 Johns Hopkins Social Innovation Lab cohort member, a 2019 Warnock Foundation Social Innovation Fellow, a member of the 2019 PioneerBaltimore cohort, a 2019-2021 Open Society Institute-Baltimore Community Fellow, a Innovation Works Global Social Benefit Incubator/Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship-Santa Clara University cohort member, and a 2021 Daily Record 100 Top Women in Maryland nominee for her work as director of the Baltimore Job Hunters Support Group at the Corner Community Center. Ms. Glover-Kerkvliet received the American Counseling Association Foundation (ACAF) 2018 Grant, the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) 2018 Tuition Award for Board Certified Coach Training, and the OneLifeTools Tuition Scholarship for Holistic Narrative Career Professional (HNCP) training. She is also an Affiliate Trainer for the Workplace Bullying Institute and founder of the Maryland Freedom from Workplace Bullying Task Force. Ms. Glover-Kerkvliet is the former program director of the Family Employment and Support Program at the Circuit Court for Baltimore County and GenesisJobs/Goodwill Industries.
Molly is an experienced attorney and research administrator/healthcare compliance professional. She is also a Certified Professional Career Coach and passionate about civic engagement and committed to improving the educational, career, and health outcomes of underserved individuals. Meet Molly on Mondays at 6:30 pm.
Lee is an experienced professional with demonstrated experience in student support, workforce development, program management and technical assistance. She is very driven to improve the quality of student support services through policy and programming that amplifies on-the-ground, from-the-field data and voices. Meet Lee on Mondays at 6:30 pm
Are you looking to energize your job search? I see your search through the lens of Human Resources & staffing professionals. I understand what it’s like on the inside, sorting through hundreds of resumes, cover letters & profiles & know what it takes to make you stand out from the crowd! I’ve been active on LinkedIn since 2005 & know what recruiters & HR Talent Acquisition professionals are looking for & can help you use that to your advantage. As a certified job coach & mental health counselor, I appreciate how overwhelming the job search can be & provide guidance, support & encouragement through the process.
I am passionate about helping people, whether professionally as a Generalist, Trainer or Recruiter in Human Resources; or as a Therapist, Career Coach or Volunteer. I love volunteering for various human service organizations & supporting people in reaching their potential. I find this energizing and to me, there is nothing better!
Daneviere is the Employer Outreach Coordinator for the UDC-Community College Workforce Development & Lifelong Learning Division. She is also the owner of Customized Career Solutions where she put her over 10 plus years of career development skills to use by providing career management and job seeking services to diverse populations, with a focus on helping customers find suitable, gainful employment. She has over twelve years of human resource (HR) experience. Her HR experience includes, but is not limited to, designing recruitment, orientation, and training programs, job development, as well as employee mediation. She also conducts and participates in major career fairs resulting in an increase of applications used for filling vacant positions.
Daneviere received her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, from Elizabeth City State University and her Masters in Human Resources Development from Bowie State University. She also received her Global Career Development Facilitator Certification in July 2017. Daneviere’s accolades includes membership in Society of Human Resources Management, and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Previous membership in the National Career Development Association, Maryland Career Development Association, Human Resources Association – National Capital Area, the Urban League Young Professional, the National Association of African American in Human Resources, and Toast Masters.
BJHSG was co-founded by the Rev. Carol Cook and Nancy Jeannechild as a ministry of First Christian Church in Baltimore’s Roland Park neighborhood. The first meeting was held in November 2011. Since that day, BJHSG continues to meet each Tuesday at 1 PM. In 2015, Ms. Jeannechild found a position and Janet Glover-Kerkvliet volunteered to co-facilitate the group, along with Rev. Cook. In January 2017, First Christian Church became the Corner Community Center, a 501(3)(c) nonprofit organization. When Rev. Cook retired from active ministry in 2017, Ms. Glover-Kerkvliet took on the role of Director of BJHSG.