Glen started his government career with the Civil Service Employees Association's (CSEA) Legislative and Political Action Department; there Glen worked as the Political Action Systems Coordinator. From there Glen worked at the White House in the Agency Liaison Office and the New York City Council's Oversight and Investigations Committee. When Senator Chuck Schumer was a Member of the House of Representatives, Glen served as his Special Assistant. Glen spent ten years as a Senior Policy Analyst for the New York State Assembly Labor Committee. In that capacity Glen has built solid relationships with labor leaders state-wide.
Glen served eight years on the Albany City Council, which is a part-time position, and Chaired the Health and Environment Committee and the Human Rights Committee. He represented the City Council as a Board Member of the Central Avenue Business Improvement District (BID) and the Committee on University and Community Relations. Glen was appointed by Mayor Jerry Jennings to serve on the City of Albany Living Wage Board.
Glen has worked on numerous campaigns including Victory 2000, Bill Mulrow for Comptroller in 2002, and Hillary Clinton's U.S. Senate campaign in 2006, where he served as the Capital District Field Director. In addition, Glen worked for Gore 2000 during the Primary, as an Assistant Field Director for upstate New York. Lastly, Glen served as special adviser to the New York State Democratic Committee for labor issues until 2007.
In 2007 Glen left the Assembly Labor Committee to focus on a lobbying career, since that time Glen has opened up his own consulting firm and has continued to grow his business in the areas of lobbying, fundraising, and public relations.
Glen received his Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University at Albany with a concentration in Marketing and is an adjunct professor at Maria College's Business Department teaching introduction to business management and human resources management.