William D. Glenn
William Glenn is chair of the board of trustees of the GTU. He has served as Director of Development for the San Francisco Foundation, Executive Director of Continuum, and President of the Board of Directors for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. He has a BA from Creighton University, an MA from Saint Louis University, an MA in Clinical Psychology from the University of San Francisco, and an MDiv from the Pacific School of Religion where he was awarded the Paul Wesley Yinger Award for Distinguished Preaching. Throughout his career, Glenn has provided leadership to a variety of non-profit organizations, both as head and a senior manager. He has served on many community boards, from arts organizations and a mutual fund to a variety of social services providers, often in the capacity of chair or in other positions of executive leadership, with a particular focus on development and internal operations. Glenn is a licensed psychotherapist with a private practice in San Francisco and Santa Rosa.
Read William Glenn's interview about his background as a psychotherapist, activist, and community leader; his new book; and what excites him about the GTU's future.
Read the announcement about William Glenn's tenure as chair of the board of trustees.