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Glenn Davidson
Glenn Davidson
Human Capital Transformation Executive, Deloitte

Glenn is a senior-level executive with over 30 years of experience driving major transformational initiatives – from the inside and as a consultant – across the public sector, including Federal, state and local governments, higher education institutions, NGOs, multi-lateral agencies and not-for-profits.


Glenn currently leads Deloitte Consulting’s human capital work across state and local governments and higher education institutions. Among his clients are Virginia’s Secretary of Labor where he is helping transform the state’s workforce development programs, the Virginia Department of Transportation where he is preparing its workforce for the future of work, and Virginia’s Department of Human Resources where he is helping its Director rethink the state’s classification and compensation structure.


Immediately prior to joining Deloitte, Glenn served as a Presidential Executive Fellow and Executive Director of Enterprise Services for the US Department of Commerce where he was responsible for planning, designing, building and running the first cabinet department-level, multi-function, shared services operations in the Federal Government. Today, Enterprise Services provides human resources, acquisition, financial management and information technology services to the 47,000 employees of the Department’s 12 bureaus and Office of the Secretary.


Earlier in his career, Glenn worked in Federal and state government. He was a legislative aide to Ohio Congressman Ronald M. Mottl in the 1980s. He also served as chief of staff to Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder in the 1990s.


Glenn is a graduate of the American University from which he holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Science, Technology and Public Policy from the George Washington University.


He recently concluded his second of two consecutive five-year terms on the Science Museum of Virginia’s Board of Trustees, serving as its chairman three of those years. He is now a member of the Northern Virginia Science Center Foundation’s Board of Directors.

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