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Gary Glenn
Director of Internet Operations/Publications

Biography

Gary Glenn is in his 17th season with the Titans and 22nd overall in the NFL in 2014. Glenn oversees the team's official web site, publications and new media initiatives. He was hired in 1998 as Publications/Internet Coordinator after spending four seasons with the Atlanta Falcons (1994-98) as a public relations assistant.

Glenn has served on the NFL's Digital Media Communications Council and NFL Print Committee, worked with the league on 10 Super Bowl public relations staffs and served on the advisory council for Belmont University’s Sport Administration program in Nashville.

Glenn entered the NFL in 1989 as a public relations intern with the Washington Redskins. Two years later he joined the Green Bay Packers (1991) as a season-long public relations intern. Glenn served a two-year stint as Assistant Sports Information Director at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington from 1992-94, earning CoSIDA honors for his publications.

A native of Northern Virginia, Glenn received his B.A. in Communications in 1991 from George Mason University, where he served as Sports Editor of the university's newspaper and covered the men's basketball team, while freelancing for the Fairfax (VA) Journal.

He and his wife, Janelle, have two children: Joey (11) and Jenny (8). They reside in Hendersonville, Tenn.

Gary Glenn is in his 17th season with the Titans and 22nd overall in the NFL in 2014. Glenn oversees the team's official web site, publications and new media initiatives. He was hired in 1998 as Publications/Internet Coordinator after spending four seasons with the Atlanta Falcons (1994-98) as a public relations assistant.

Glenn has served on the NFL's Digital Media Communications Council and NFL Print Committee, worked with the league on 10 Super Bowl public relations staffs and served on the advisory council for Belmont University’s Sport Administration program in Nashville.

Glenn entered the NFL in 1989 as a public relations intern with the Washington Redskins. Two years later he joined the Green Bay Packers (1991) as a season-long public relations intern. Glenn served a two-year stint as Assistant Sports Information Director at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington from 1992-94, earning CoSIDA honors for his publications.

A native of Northern Virginia, Glenn received his B.A. in Communications in 1991 from George Mason University, where he served as Sports Editor of the university's newspaper and covered the men's basketball team, while freelancing for the Fairfax (VA) Journal.

He and his wife, Janelle, have two children: Joey (11) and Jenny (8). They reside in Hendersonville, Tenn.

 

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