glenngrb@gmail.com | +1 404.944.2333

Washington DC USA


Glenn Greenberg

... focuses on the convergence of learning and education technology to help organizations reach their full range and capability of their learning offerings. With a career rooted in education, Glenn is equipped with the skills and technical know-how to assess enterprise learning needs, identify new media, and implement flexible learning solutions that fully maximize all that ed tech offers. He specializes in helping organizations further connect with their learners by transforming them from brick and mortar capacity to digital learning capability.


A multidisciplinary results-driven learning strategist with broad workplace learning and instructional technology experience, Glenn deploys and manages learning solutions capitalizing on the strengths of both online and onsite formats, transforming how learning is designed and delivered anytime, anywhere. He enables L&D professionals to re-imagine new learning models delivered through multiple channels and provides solid direction to deploy and manage enterprise-wide ed tech solutions used in teaching and learning.


Glenn's work spans a variety of organizations including: eCornell, American University Washington College of Law, Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Booz Allen Hamilton, The National Geospatial Agency, and Southern Company.


As the inaugural Director of Online Education at American University Washington College of Law, he established the Office of Online Education taking it from idea to implementation.  He led the strategic direction in-house, collaborated across academic and program offices, and developed the organizational support structure to meet the college’s goal of a forward-looking vision for education. Programs covered International Commercial Arbitration, Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Legal Spanish, and U.S. Immigration Law among others, welcoming participants from more than forty countries. 


Glenn earned his MA in Instructional Media Technology from California State Polytechnic University and a BS in Education from Illinois State University.