Chief Executive Officer
Glenn has been actively associated with GAPDL for over 12 years, as a member of the Board Directors for five years and is now in his 7th year as Chief Executive.
He holds formal tertiary qualifications in management, business management, HR, local government administration, public safety administration, project management and law and is a member of CQ University alumni.
Glenn is a long time member of Economic Development Australia, the appointed representative for Gladstone Region and Banana Shire to the State Regional Tourism / Events Committee, Chairman of Gladstone Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC) and GAPDL rep to a number of regional committees, campaigns & working groups.
Glenn has held various other important leadership and senior management positions including elected Mayor/Councillor Banana Shire (11 years), qualified Queensland Police Service Senior Sergeant (27 years), elected CQ representative on LGAQ State Executive and CQ University Council.
He has been admitted as a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management (FAIM), admitted as a Member of Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD) for NFP sector and throughout his career and service to the community, Glenn has been bestowed and humbled by acknowledgements with the Prime Minister’s Medal (PMM) for “Service to the Community”, Queensland Police Commissioner’s Medal for distinguished service, National Police Medal and holds the honour of being a Life Member of State PCYC and Life Member / member of other community, performing arts and sporting organisations.