Gregg Glover joined Isaacson, Miller in 2017 after a diverse career in higher education that has spanned over 30 years. Gregg's experience includes accomplishment as a senior administrator, admissions and fundraising professional, teacher, advisor, and consultant. At the Harvard Graduate School of Education for more than 20 years, Gregg served as associate director of admissions, and earlier as a manager in the School's professional education programs. Most recently, Gregg worked as associate director of major gifts at Emerson College. He has been a visiting professor of education at Salem State University, and continues as an academic advisor to sophomores at Harvard College. Gregg also brings a global orientation and extensive international experience, having worked with alumni, students, universities, and other organizations in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Each year he teaches a weeklong module on leadership and strategy to international master's students as a visiting lecturer at the Burgundy School of Business in Dijon, France. He is also a Fellow at the Royal Society of Arts in London, England.
- BA, English literature, Stony Brook University
- EdM, educational leadership and administration, Harvard University
- PhD, educational leadership and administration, Harvard University