Kāwhia moana, Kāwhia kai, Kāwhia tangata.
Of Waikato-Maniapoto descent, Glenn has a legal background predominantly working in the Waitangi Tribunal, as well as Māori governance, commercial matters and Māori land. Glenn has held a number of governance roles for his iwi and has recently acted as negotiator to assist Ngāti Maniapoto to complete their Treaty settlement. Glenn is passionate and committed to the progression and development of Māori. Glenn’s current roles include as relationship manager for Te Nehenehenui, the post settlement governance entity for Ngāti Maniapoto as well as Poutoko Ture Matua (Senior Solicitor) at The Treasury. Glenn also consults to the Māori Land Court as facilitator and was previously Tumuaki Tāne, Co-President of Te Hunga Rōia Māori o Aotearoa, the Māori Law Society.
Glenn became a trustee of the Len Reynolds Trust in February 2023.