At Uber in Washington D.C., where he focuses on building strategic partnerships with community and non-profit organizations. Previously, he worked in executive communications at Google, at an education advocacy organization in Washington, D.C.and at a D.C.-based Democratic polling/strategic consulting firm, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner. Following college, he became a contributor to The Huffington Post's Denver web site, writing about politics and local affairs.
He appeared in a number of publications and on television for his work related to both The Crimson and politics, particularly the youth vote. During the 2008 United States presidential campaign, Glenn covered the election for The Crimson, as well as for a joint venture in conjunction with CBS News and The Washington Post. During the 2008 Democratic National Convention in his native Denver, Glenn appeared on The CBS Early Show with host Harry Smith, and was also interviewed by CBS Evening News anchor Katie Couric during Couric’s nightly Convention Webcast.