Glenn H. Tecker
Glenn Tecker is chair and co-CEO of Tecker International, LLC, a consulting practice that has completed projects for over 1800 groups in the United States, Europe, Canada, Asia, Mexico, and Central America. He is a universally respected researcher, author, consultant and educator on issues of significance to associations and other nonprofit enterprise. Glenn has been described as “a true visionary" with a 25-year track record of "successfully foreseeing patterns of strategic importance effecting entire fields.” Countless associations attest to his help in enabling them to more confidently prepare for the future. The work he and his partners have done with associations, companies, and public agencies has helped solve problems and seize opportunities in ways that have likely affected million of lives. His work with many Canadian and U.S. sectors has earned him recognition as of “one of North America’s most quietly influential strategists.” Association Management magazine referenced Glenn as a “lighthouse thinker” and honored him as one of fifty people who have made a lasting difference to their discipline. In 1997, Glenn was honored as the recipient of ASAE’s Academy of Leaders Award, their highest possible recognition. Glenn's work with law, real estate, healthcare, education, and other American and Canadian organizations at the national and provincial levels has earned him a reputation among staff and member leaders as one of the world’s most knowledgeable and practical experts on not-for-profit organizations. Glenn currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Guide Dogs for the Blind Foundation and he also chairs the board of directors of New Hope Academy, a multi-campus, nonprofit, nontraditional alternative school for adolescents not well served by traditional public and private schools.