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Carol Salter Glover

She was born in Buffalo, NY. She is accomplished in the area of Media.
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Carol M. Salter is a native Buffalonian and the third of seven children. Educated in the Buffalo Public School system, Carol is currently attending Erie Community College majoring in Criminal Justice (working to obtain a law degree). Recently accepted into the International Honor Society The Phi Theta Kappa for academic excellence. 2002 graduate of the 6th class of the FBI's Citizens Academy. A 1998 graduated from the CEO Program of Canisius College, also a 1969 graduate of the University of Buffalo's Mid-Careers for Women & Leadership Development.

Carol worked for Tops Super Market in Central Park Plaza for 15 years as a cashier, then Head Cashier promoted to Front End Manager until 1986. Carol and her husband, the late Aaron Salter Sr., opened and operated AC Laundry & Dry Cleaners located at 379 Genesee Street for 12 years, closing their business in 1998.

In January of 1999 Carol joined the WUFO family as an on-air personality and Assistant Promotions Manager, adding Office Manager to her responsibilities after three months. In January of 2000 Carol was promoted to her present position as Operations Manager of WUFO Radio. In 1981, Carol became a member of the Cold Spring Bible Chapel where she was a Sunday school teacher for 15 years. Carol is presently an active member of Zion Dominion Church of God in Christ where the Pastor is R.L. Hennings.

In 1996 and 1997 Carol was president of The Greater East Side Business Association. Carol was a member of the New York State Economic Development Zone Administrative Board. She was also a member of the Urban Community Service Council for the Center for Entrepreneurship at Canisius College. In 2001, Carol received The Black Achievers in Industry Award. She is also the recipient of The Southern Christian Leadership Community Activist Award (2002). She is well known in the Buffalo area for her poetry recitations. Carol is the mother of two children, Cashell and Aaron Jr., grandmother of six, and the great-grandmother of one.

She was married to Otis Glover at the time of her death.