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Glenice Robinson-Como is a native Virginian and received her B.S. from Virginia Commonwealth University, her M.Div. from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University, and a diploma of theological studies from the Seminary of the Southwest. She worked as a staff ombudsman with the Houston-Galveston Area Agency on Aging for ten years and worked in contract administration with the Department of Defense and with the Metropolitan Transit Authority in Southern California. She has served as chaplain to The Beacon and chaplain to the John Epps Chapter of United Black Episcopalians (UBE) and has been a mentor with Kids Hope USA. She is the chair of the Commission on Black Ministry, a member of the diversity committee at the Seminary of the Southwest, a board member of Amazing Place, and is a trained Veriditas labyrinth facilitator. Glenice is the author of a meditation in the book Yes!, Jesus Loves Me—31 Love Stories by Kathy H. Culmer and of a prayer entitled “The Least of These” in the book Lifting Women’s Voices, Prayers to Change the World, which addresses the themes of the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals. Glenice is also a contributing author in Ashes and the Phoenix: Meditations for the Season of Lent by Forward Movement. Glenice is married to Paul L. Como and they have two children, Paulie and Dominique, and a family dog, Chance.