Glenn followed the typical path to Senior Marketing Brain, progressing from fry cook to Big Band disc jockey, followed of course by being a repo person and then a published humor columnist. His first “adult jobs” as media planner on the agency side played an even more important role, uncovering two career-defining passions: accountability in marketing and the tourism industry. Research-backed tourism account service eventually segued to the client side, where Glenn served as advertising director at Virginia Tourism until the most exciting moment of his career: the job offer from eBrains.
In this role Glenn still enjoys varied responsibilities including managing research, product development, writing copy and proposals, account service and the occasional repo. A thoughtful, measurable focus is the common thread through it all, echoing the advice he’d give his 18-year-old self: “Believe that you can personally make a difference through your efforts no matter what your role [even Big Band disc jockey!].” Outside of work, he enjoys instilling that thoughtfulness in his children, going out for a run, or keeping up with a writing habit he’s enjoyed since he was a kid.