Glenn grew up in Massachusetts and spent most of his life living in New England. His career in fisheries began in 2006 as a Northeast Fisheries Observer Program (NEFOP) observer, covering scallop, groundfish, and herring vessels. He started working at the science center as a contractor in 2010 at the Fisheries Sampling Branch (FSB) to complete the center’s first EM pilot study in the groundfish fishery. Glenn then accepted a position at FSB as the Northeast Area Assistant Lead where he participated in outreach efforts, developed and refined sampling protocols, and monitored sea day accomplishments. More recently, Glenn managed several projects for the Fisheries Monitoring Operations Branch (FMO), including the creation of a portside sampling program for the herring fishery and implementation of the industry funded monitoring amendment. After graduating with a B.S. in Marine Science from the University of Maine (Orono), he obtained an M.S. in Marine Science and Technology from the University of Massachusetts (Dartmouth). In his free time, Glenn enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, gardening, and relaxing at the beach.