Mr. Jeremiah Glenn, a Supervisory Information Security Specialist within CISA's Cybersecurity Division, commands the frontlines of cyber defense. In this pivotal role, he directs the management of cyber threat intelligence, information sharing, and protective services missions. His expertise lies in creating innovative technical solutions that empower Federal, SLTT (State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial), and critical infrastructure stakeholders, fortifying them against advanced persistent threats. With nearly 20 years of national security experience, Mr. Glenn has spearheaded cybersecurity, technical analysis, and risk assessment teams, underpinning CISA's diverse missions.
Mr. Glenn embarked on his journey with the Department of Homeland Security in 2011, following his role as a Senior Research Consultant in the private sector. Notably, he served in the Obama Administration White House's Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs. A decorated war veteran and former Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman of the U.S. Navy, he brings unique courage and adaptability to his pursuits.
Educationally, Mr. Glenn holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management from the University of South Carolina. His thirst for knowledge led him to a Masters in Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management from The George Washington University. Moreover, he completed a Senior Executive Fellowship, a collaborative effort between the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and Harvard Business School. Presently, he's an aspiring scholar in Marymount University's Doctor of Business Administration in Business Intelligence program.
Beyond his professional prowess, Mr. Glenn is an enterprising owner, operating an executive leadership and career coaching practice. His commitment to mentorship is reinforced as a partnering certified professional coach partner as part of the Department of Treasury Executive Institute’s Federal Coaching Cadre, providing coaching services to senior leaders across government.