Gloria Gaynor's legendary career spans the past 40 years never losing momentum. She has achieved global stardom and musical recognition with hit songs in the charts in all four decades. Gloria has channeled her fame and recognition into support for several charities, donating not only her money but also her time and talent. She changed the lyrics to her world renowned song and leant her time to a corresponding music video used by the Miami Children's Hospital to raise awareness and funds for their lifesaving efforts. Never one to rest, Gloria recently earned a bachelor's degree in behavioral sciences to aid in her work with charities and organizations helping at risk youths and their families.
Gloria continues to tirelessly tour the world performing at concerts in the USA, Europe, South America, and beyond each year. She was a presenter at the 2015 GRAMMY's and the headliner at the 2015 "Official GRAMMY Celebration." CCU's Women in Leadership Conference honored Gloria in early 2015 with their "Celebration of Inspiring Women" Award for her philanthropic and leadership achievements and contributions. On May 16th, 2015 Dowling College presented Gloria with an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Music.
2016 also finds Gloria finishing a new album of inspirational songs. She's spent time in Nashville during 2014 and 2015 co-writing and collaborating with GRAMMY nominated CCM songwriters and producers. The 2016 UK National Television Awards at London's O2 Arena, featured Gloria performing the opening number to a standing ovation and major European media coverage about her performance the following morning. Also in 2016, Gloria was presented by Ido Aharoni (Consul General of Israel), with the "Martin Luther King Jr Award" acknowledging those who have gone above and beyond to inspire others. And in March 2016, Gloria's recording of, "I Will Survive," was inducted into the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry, preserving sound recordings with great cultural and historic importance to the U.S.
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