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Gloria Song

Gloria Song

Gloria Song

Gloria Song is a trained singer and pianist, and currently works as voiceover artist and voiceover coach. She's lived and breathed sound for decades and constantly shares unique, interesting insights and advice via her unique and ever-growing YouTube channel that has amassed over 1 million subscribers and counting.

Gloria (them Song

"Gloria" is a rock song written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, and originally recorded by Morrison's band Them in 1964. It was released as the B-side of "Baby, Please Don't Go". The song became a garage rock staple and a part of many rock bands' repertoires. It is particularly memorable for its "Gloria!" chorus. It is easy to play, as a simple three-chord song, and thus is popular with those learning to play guitar. 

Edmonds College: Commencement Speaker: Gloria Song

Gloria first discovered her passion for communications while volunteering at the broadcasting station at her high school in Chongqing, China. She came to Edmonds College because the International High School Completion Program allowed her to take high school and college credits at the same time, giving her a head start on her future educational goals. Since she'll be transferring to Pennsylvania State University to complete her Bachelor's degree, and then pursuing a Master's degree after that—it was important to maximize her time at Edmonds College. 

Gloria Song

Gloria Song is a member of the Law Society of Nunavut and provides support for its projects as the Law Society's access to justice co-ordinator. She is also a PhD Candidate in Law at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law. 

Gloria Song is a Ph.D. candidate in law, studying under Dr. Angela Cameron and Dr. Jackie Dawson as part of the Environment, Society and Policy Group research team at the University of Ottawa. Her doctoral research focuses on access to justice in Nunavut, with a focus on housing insecurity and gender-based violence. Gloria formerly practiced as a poverty lawyer for the Legal Services Board of Nunavut while she was lived in Ikaluktutiak (Cambridge Bay), Nunavut, and has been serving as the access to justice coordinator for the Law Society of Nunavut for over five years, supporting the law society's public legal education projects on access to justice and gender-based violence in Nunavut

 

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