Deborah Eskridge Glenn

Deborah Eskridge Glenn

Vice President, Administration, Chief Human Resources Officer

Deborah Eskridge Glenn is currently the Vice President of Administration and the Chief Human Resources Officer at The American College of Financial Services in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, where she leads the HR and Diversity/Equity and Inclusion functions. She formerly served for six years as the Vice President of Human Resources at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she worked closely with Drexel’s leadership - including the provost, deans, cabinet members and department heads on their strategic human capital initiatives. 

Prior to Drexel, Glenn held the position of Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development at SECU Credit Union of Maryland, Inc., a $3 billion financial services institution in Linthicum, Maryland for six years.

Glenn has held various other senior level human resource positions in a variety of industries, and has the following certifications: Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) through the Human Resources Certification Institute; SHRM Senior Certified Professional through the Society for Human Resource Management; and Professional Mediator. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Administrative Services, a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, and a Master of Science in Leadership.

With experience in higher education and the public and private sectors - including the American Association of University of Women in Washington, DC; Emory University in Atlanta; the University of Maryland at College Park; and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in Washington, DC, Glenn is a labor relations expert with a focus on human capital management and organizational development.  She has created and facilitated individualized training programs in the areas of Leadership, Service, Diversity, Non-harassment, Team Building and Business Process Reengineering. She is known for her out-of-the box thinking, her ability to proactively build coalition and win-win situations, and to successfully realign organizations to effectively reach their corporate objectives, while empowering management and staff to realize their full potential.

Deborah, a mentor to many, is family oriented; has served on the Board of the YWCA of Delaware; and has participated in community revitalization programs, including Habit for Humanity.

Deborah Eskridge Glenn