Glenn Greenberg is dedicated to designing strategies for multidisciplinary learning, educational innovation, and educational technology programs in the public and private sectors. He provides advice to organizations traditionally focused on face-to-face instruction to expand their offerings to distance learning through educational technology.
With a career spanning more than two decades of experience at the crossroads of educational technology and pedagogy, Glenn stands out for delivering superior quality digital learning solutions to an audience without borders.
Glenn's expertise and insight have consistently brought results for organizations including Cornell University and Cornell Tech, The Center for Justice and International Law, Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Booz Allen Hamilton, The National Geospatial Agency, and American University Washington College of Law.
As the inaugural Director of Online Education at The Washington College of Law, he established the Office of Online Education taking it from idea to implementation. He led the strategic direction in-house, successfully engaged both the academic and creative enterprises of the school, and developed the organizational support structure to meet the college’s goal of a forward-looking vision for education. Certificate and for-credit programs were expanded globally with participants attending from more than forty countries, including the highly recognized LL.M. in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.
Glenn earned his MA in Instructional Media Technology from California State Polytechnic University and a BS in Education from Illinois State University.