B.A. in Psychology, New York University
M.A. in Counseling, Academic and Vocational Development, New York University
Glenn's career includes adjunct teaching and admissions counseling at New York University and St. John’s University. Glenn has significant training and experience working with learning disabled students. Glenn has contributed to numerous publications for major test preparation companies. Glenn worked at The Princeton Review from 1993 until he joined Bell Curves in 2009. He edited and rewrote Cracking the AP Psychology Exam and Cracking the GRE Psychology Exam, and has helped to develop Bell Curves Workbooks for the SAT/PSAT, ACT, and SHSAT. Glenn is extensively involved in the development of curriculum and training of teachers at Bell Curves. When not helping students ace standardized exams, Glenn is an avid runner and is a co-founder and chair of the New York Road Race Ombuds Association (NYRROA), the runners' advocacy group.