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Joyce Elizabeth Glaise, American secondary education educator, city councilor. Named Outstanding Young Woman American, 1985; recipient State Achievement award Ministers Wives & Widows, 1995, State Distinguished Woman award National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.


Glaise, Joyce Elizabeth was born on June 3, 1950 in Danville, Virginia, United States. Daughter of William Felix and Sallie (Grave) Glaise.


Bachelor of Science, North Carolina Agriculture & Technology State University, 1972. Master of Science, North Carolina Agriculture & Technology State University, 1975. Educational Specialist, University Virginia, 1983.


Teacher Danville Public Schools, 1972-1978, school social worker, since 1978.


Member Danville Voters League, 1984-1900, Southside Virginia Business & Education Board, 1991-1995. Member city council, Danville, since 1988. Board directors Virginia Museum Natural History, 1990-1999.

Trustee Camp Grove Baptist Church, since 1993. Vice president Boys & Girls Clubs American, 1996-1999, Danville Democrats. Member 5th District Democratic Caucus.

Member Rotary, Links (president Denville chapter since 1990), Delta Sigma Theta (president).


  • Other Interests

    Sports events, travel, writing.