Early in her career, Glover spent time working for Bill Kristol, Vice President Dan Quayle, former Senator and Energy Secretary Spence Abraham, conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, and former Senator Jesse Helms of North Carolina.
Glover served as a senior policy advisory to then Senator John Ashcroft (R-Missouri); as the publicity director for The Weekly Standard; and as legislative director for the Project for the Republican Future.
Formerly married to Jeffrey Weiss, she was divorced in 2008 and reverted to her maiden name, She lives in the Kalorama district of Washington.
The June 2006 Washingtonian magazine listed Glover as one of Washington’s most powerful women. She is included on major publications’ lists of lobbyists in the Nation’s capitol and has been featured in profiles in the New York Times, the Washington Post and the London Daily Telegraph, as well as Elle and Washingtonian magazines since leaving the White House in 2002. She was a Resident Fellow at Harvard University's Institute of Politics in 2002 and has lectured on the future of the Republican Party at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.