Board Member biography & liaison assignments

  • Kimberly Glenn is wearing a black shirt

    Kimberly Glenn, A.S.

    Board Member

    kglenn@upperdarbysd.org


    Kimberly Glenn is a Human Service professional with 8+ years of experience serving as Administrative Support for multiple programs that assist individuals, families, and communities. She has 15+ years combined of Case Management, Event Management, Human Resources, and Executive Administrative experience.

     

    Ms. Glenn has been a resident of Upper Darby since 2006 and is the proud parent of three children. Her oldest graduated from Upper Darby High School with Honors in 2014 and went on to graduate Summa Cum Laude from West Chester University. He also served in the National Guard. Her middle child graduated from the high school in 2015 and is now working with cancer patients at the University of Pennsylvania. Her youngest child is currently a student in the district learning with an individualized learning plan and other support systems, who loves being a part of the Upper Darby Arts program and spending time with her family. 

     

    Ms. Glenn graduated from Philadelphia Community College with an Associates in Behavioral Health and Human Services, and serves as the Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Elwyn Children's Services and has served as a Community Outreach Coordinator, a Home and School Associate for Highland Park Elementary and Beverly Hills Middle School. She is the Judge of Elections for district 4-3 and is a volunteer for many events throughout Upper Darby Township.

     

    Ms. Glenn believes that families, schools, and communities must work together to provide children with a safe environment that allows for a holistic education, helping them reach their full potential to become productive, innovative, and compassionate leaders for future generations in our society. 

     

    School Assignment(s): 

    • Beverly Hills Middle School

    Liaison Assignment(s): 

    • Communication

    Reading Report Assignment(s):

    • Food Services Report