A (2012) Retired Boeing Engineer, Glen is a tech savvy out-of-the box thinker; problem solver; and master path finder, meaning that he is not only capable of overcoming the roadblocks that prevent project completion, he also masterfully finds the path that gets projects done on time and under budget. Equipped with a charming demeanor and a high work drive, Glen is a very approachable team player, capable of working collaboratively; he is a leader capable of organizing projects while supervising personnel; and he is highly capable of working independently. An Enterprise Architect, Program Manager, and Industrial Engineer, Glen's talents in organization, management, and leadership are unmatched. His love for education and passion for educational options for all students has led him to devote his retirement to improving public education through charter schools. One interesting fact about Glen is that he replaced Bill Clinton as #1 tenor saxophonist in the Hot Springs High School band after Bill graduated and later attended Bill and Hillary's wedding reception.
Enterprise Architect, Associate Technical Fellow The Boeing Company Seattle, WA 1985-2012
Created enterprise wide policies, processes, and computing standards enabling both automated and non-automated systems to work seamlessly across the diverse computing environments of the Boeing supply chain (Boeing divisions, suppliers, customers). Became a member of Boeing Technical Fellowship, 2005. Accomplishments
Created and maintained overall business and technical architecture for the enterprise, including a comprehensive set of detailed computing standards.
Led investigation, business case, and deployment of internet/web technologies companywide.
Led the investigation and deployment of data resource management policies, practices, and processes across the enterprise.
Program Manager & Industrial Engineer Boeing of Canada Winnipeg, Canada 1980-1985
Maintained in-house and out-of-house progress on airplane and defense programs. Created estimates relating to prospective contracts. Conducted studies to improve both office and manufacturing processes. Accomplishments
Successfully won MX/Peacekeeper contract & delivered all products to customer on time, within quality requirements and within cost estimates.
As industrial engineer, demonstrated cost savings of 5 times salary every year employed.
University of Arkansas 1971-1980 Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering Dean's List, Selected as member of Industrial Engineering Honor Society
Enterprise Architecture Process & Quality Improvement Standard Office