As the Vice President of Corporate Education Partnerships, Glenn manages the strategy, operations, finances and reporting of Keypath’s corporate education initiative. His team is responsible for the ongoing collaboration between Keypath’s academic partners and corporations with the goal of creating synergies between higher education and corporate learning.
- Centenary University – Master of Business Administration
- York College of Pennsylvania – Bachelor of Science in Business Administration & Marketing
“Too many people are scared of failure, don’t be afraid of hitting the reset button if you’re not achieving your professional and personal goals.”
Glenn McMillen, Vice President of Corporate Education Partnerships
What excites you about working for Keypath?
The people. Keypath was founded by disruptors, subject matter experts and thought leaders who invented the “Online Program Management” industry. The ability to work alongside and learn from an enormous wealth of experience and talent excites me about working at Keypath.
Where do you see your specialty going in the next five years?
We’re in an exciting time within higher education and corporate learning. With unemployment being at an all-time low, companies are constantly looking for new and creative ways to retain employees, attract top talent, optimize learning budgets and enhance their existing workforce to solve the problems of tomorrow. Increased synergies between higher education and corporations enable the development of a more productive workforce aligned with future needs.
How can you use your skills to change the student experience for the better?
With over 15 years of experience in higher education and corporate learning across multiple industries and verticals I’ve learned and seen a lot. The student experience is a rapidly changing practice that needs to adapt with each learner, especially when working with adult learners. What I love most about my job is the ability to gain best practices from across the globe and translate them to a positive experience for both partner companies and their employees.
What is your favorite personal achievement?
When I first started my career in higher education, I worked part time at the local sports arena (I can never pass up free tickets to sporting events.) A young woman that worked for me inquired about my day job supporting adult learners return to school to advance their professional careers. My passion and excitement for continuing education must have rubbed off on her. Two weeks later, I discovered she enrolled in classes at the local community college because of the conversation we had. Several years later I bumped into her again, a registered nurse six credits away from earning her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Never under estimate the power you can have in changing someone’s life for the better.
Is there a hobby you can’t live without?
Without a doubt baseball and the New York Yankees.