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Jennie Glazer

Chief Operating Officer

Jennie Glazer is Chief Operating Officer, responsible for overseeing member engagement, external affairs, finance, people, and technology. In her role, she advises clients in cultivating clarity around their highest priority DEI&B opportunities and collaborates across Coqual’s research, advisory, and task force community pillars to provide global organizations with data-driven solutions to help them create inclusive workplaces where every person belongs.

Inspired by the future and what could be, Jennie founded Teamkind and brings over 25 years of experience leading and coaching teams and leaders on how to reach their highest potential. Jennie has led transformations in organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to nonprofits while embracing an Agile mindset and practices. In her professional and personal pursuits, she strives to help teams love their journey towards big outcomes.

Most recently she served as Chief Engagement & Administration Officer for the Data Office at Citi’s Personal Banking & Wealth Management Division (PBWM) where she directed community engagement and communications, including learning experiences and team development for the PBWM Data community. She also oversaw P&L, agile transformation, and leadership councils. Prior to this role, Jennie served as the Agile Center of Excellence Enablement Lead at Morgan Stanley, teaching agile coaching and agile leadership. Jennie has deep experience engaging customers and using design thinking to build innovative solutions to complex challenges, including roles such as COO for Wealth Management Diversity & Inclusion and Head of Strategy & Program Management in Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley. Jennie was recognized as a MAKERS Awardee through the MAKERS@ Morgan Stanley Wealth Management leadership recognition program in 2017.

Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Jennie was Director of Operations at New York University, as a part of NYU’s $2.5B fundraising campaign. She also held various consulting roles focusing on technology and startups. Additionally, Jennie completed “Leader’s Toolkit” training to help coach leaders in how to create Psychological Safety on teams. Jennie is a certified Advanced Practitioner in the Team Diagnostic Survey and Six Conditions of Team Effectiveness Framework.

Jennie is a passionate advocate for supporting Neurodiversity and developing Neurodivergent talent and serves on the Board of EPIC Players, a nonprofit theatre company that opens the stage to all types of artists and shines a light on neurodiverse talent through stage productions and classes. She previously served on the Global Council of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Jennie studied French at McGill University and holds a Bachelor’s in French from Earlham College. She lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband Jon, two teenagers, and treat-motivated dog, Daisy.