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  Bromell-Tinubu, Gloria
NameGloria Bromell-Tinubu
Plantersville, South Carolina , United States
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Born February 22, 1953 (66 years)
Last ModifedRBH
Feb 23, 2013 08:26pm
InfoGloria Bromell Tinubu, Ph.D. is Chair & CEO of Bromell Tinubu Group LLC, a family business that specializes in family-centered economies and local economic development. She also serves as Founder and President of ItzBiz™, a member-owned business development cooperative that provides access to entrepreneurship education, strategic partnering and networking, and investment capital for households who wish to start or grow a family business.

She has held such leadership positions as college president, Chair of the Economics Department at Spelman College, member of the Georgia Board of Education, member of the Atlanta City Council, Atlanta mayoral candidate, member of the City of Atlanta Board of Ethics, member of the Commission for the Future of Clemson University, and CEO of Atlanta Cooperative Development Corporation, a city-created entity she founded in 1996 to plan and sponsor cooperatives.

A recipient of numerous honors and awards such as Who’s Who in Black Atlanta, Atlanta Business League’s 100 Most Influential Black Women, the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Most Influential Georgians, and Spelman College’s Fannie Lou Hammer Community Service Award, Dr. Tinubu has more than 30 years of experience as an applied economist and community scholar. Featured in Essence Magazine, October 2005, "Women Who are Shaping the World," Dr. Tinubu received her Ph.D. in Applied Economics and Master’s in Agricultural Economics from C1emson University and a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Howard University.

Natives of South Carolina and Nigeria, respectively, Dr. Tinubu and her husband, Soji Tinubu, Chief Engineer to the Toronto Transit Commission, have four adult children (Ayo, Titilayo, Femi, and Tayo) and one grandson, Ade.


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  06/12/2018 SC Lt. Governor - D Selection Lost 0.00% (-100.00%)
  11/04/2014 SC District 7 Lost 39.98% (-19.97%)
  11/06/2012 SC District 7 Lost 44.38% (-11.13%)
  06/26/2012 SC District 7 - D Runoff Won 72.70% (+45.40%)
  06/12/2012 SC District 7 - D Primary Won 48.73% (+12.05%)
  11/02/2010 GA State House 060 Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  07/20/2010 GA State House 060- D Primary Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/06/2001 Atlanta Mayor Lost 16.00% (-34.24%)
  11/04/1997 Atlanta Mayor - Inital Election Lost 13.50% (-32.88%)
  11/23/1993 Atlanta City Council - D12 Runoff Won 56.92% (+13.84%)
  10/03/1989 Atlanta City Council D12 Lost 47.73% (-2.78%)
SC US President - D Primary - Feb 29, 2020 D Marianne Williamson
SC US President - D Primary - Feb 27, 2016 I Bernie Sanders
C00508242 Gloria Bromell Tinubu for Congress $ 66.53