Jackie Glenn began her career in 2000 when she joined the Human Resources department of EMC Corporation. Working in HR proved to be Jackie’s “aha” moment. She immediately saw that her life’s journey as a Jamaican immigrant in America could help EMC and others to create corporate environments that reflect the diverse world they are aiming to serve.
Her distinctive take on navigating the working world uniquely qualified Jackie to lead EMC’s efforts to build a diverse workforce. She quickly progressed to Global Chief Diversity Officer, overseeing 60,000 employees worldwide. Within this role, she created programs in organizational development, leadership consulting, and employee training. Jackie lifted EMC’s entire corporate culture to international recognition and acclaim by pioneering many of the best practices in the diversity and inclusion space.
In addition to consulting, executive coaching, and helping corporations implement strategies and best practices, Jackie is a dynamic speaker and hosts national and international conferences and participates on various industry panels.
Jackie holds a Master of Science degree in Human Resources Management from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and a Bachelor’s Degree from Emmanuel College in Boston, MA. Her love for civic advocacy includes service on the Board of the Children’s Services of Roxbury (MA), the Board of the Museum of African American History (Boston), and the Board of Overseers of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital.