- 2000, Ed.D., Loyola University Chicago
- 1988, M.A., Governor’s State University
- 1981, Endorsement, Chicago State University
- 1975, M.Ed., University of Illinois
- 1974, B.A., University of Illinois
Dr. Glenn has been a professor of education since 2008 at which time she joined the Olivet family full time at the School of Graduate and Continuing Studies. She taught graduate courses in curriculum and instruction, school improvement leadership, and served as a practicum supervisor for aspiring administrators. Presently, she teaches undergraduate students in Olivet’s School of Education. She teaches middle and secondary school methods, seminar courses, educational psychology, and language development. In addition, Dr. Glenn supervises teacher candidates during their clinical experience. She continues to serve as coordinator of the Teacher Leader in Education (TLED) and Curriculum and Instruction in Education (CIED) programs at the graduate level.
She is a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, the Associated Colleges of Illinois, and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Dr. Glenn has presented and provided professional development on topics such as Co-teaching, Danielson Framework for Teaching, Emotional Intelligence and Social-Emotional Learning, Illinois Professional Teaching Standards, Teacher Education Redesign, and Teacher Leadership.
Her previous educational career has included being an English and a Reading Teacher, School Counselor, Pupil Personnel Services Coordinator, and Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction. As a certificated school counselor, she provided leadership for the creation and implementation of a district development guidance program, which received recognition from the Illinois Counseling Association for being an innovative and exemplary initiative.
Dr. Glenn and her husband, David, have two grown daughters, Amy and Katherine, along with their spouses, William and John.