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“The most important things, in the workplace and in life, are people and personal connections. Only by working together can we all achieve everything we’re capable of.”

DEBORAH ESKRIDGE GLENN is the Vice President of Administration and Chief Human Resources Officer at The American College of Financial Services, where she leads the HR and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion functions. She formerly served as Vice President of Human Resources at Drexel University, where she worked closely with university leadership, including the provost, deans, cabinet members, and department heads on their strategic human capital initiatives. She was also previously Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development at SECU Credit Union of Maryland, Inc., a $3 billion financial services institution.

 

With experience in higher education and the public and private sectors, including the American Association of University Women in Washington, DC, Emory University in Atlanta, the University of Maryland at College Park, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Glenn is a labor relations expert with a focus on human capital management and organizational development. Glenn is known for her out-of-the box thinking, her ability to proactively build coalitions and win-win situations, and successful realignment of organizations to effectively reach their corporate objectives while empowering management and staff to realize their full potential.

 

A mentor to many, Glenn is family-oriented, has served on the Board of the YWCA of Delaware, and participates in community revitalization programs such as Habit for Humanity. In addition providing HR expertise, Glenn supports the CEEE team from a dual perspective as an African American female and a member of The College’s senior leadership. She holds a BA in Administrative Services, an MA in Counseling Psychology from Bowie State University, and an MSM in Leadership from The American College of Financial Services.