Lion's Head Global Partners for Global Health Investment Fund
Glenn started his career as a traditional investment banker at J.P. Morgan, where he spent his first eight years working to help colleges, universities, research institutes, secondary schools, cultural institutions and other non-profit organizations access the debt capital markets and manage interest rate risk. In 2011, Glenn was seconded to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for six months to help identify and execute upon private sector financing opportunities for late-stage global health technologies. Working from the Gates Foundation campus in Seattle, Glenn incubated the Global Health Investment Fund (GHIF) and led J.P. Morgan’s participation in the project. Upon returning from this assignment, he transitioned to J.P. Morgan’s Social Finance unit to focus full-time on impact investment structuring, placement and advisory projects—including capital-raising for the GHIF. Shortly after the final close for the GHIF, Glenn left J.P. Morgan to join the fund’s investment management team. He now represents the GHIF as a Fund Manager in New York. Glenn received his AB from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.