Jamie Glenn

Jamie Glenn

Disability Advocate – Assistive Technology
Brief info

Jamie Glenn is a Disability Advocate with an emphasis in Assistive Technology. Her goal is to build relationships with diverse populations and to match the right tools and technology needed to enhance the quality of life for those across the Upper Peninsula.

Jamie graduated from Northern Michigan University in 2018, with a degree in creative writing and journalism. During that time, she volunteered within the Marquette community and brought about change within the university setting. She was an elected representative for the Committee on Diversity, helped create the NMU food pantry, and advocated to create change within the NMU transportation system. She served as a Down Campus representative and was the Chair of Academic Affairs for the Associated Students of Northern Michigan University.

As a former “Bay Cliff kid”, she understands how important a support system can be. She values people and the environment above all, and seeks to advocate and create system change within all diverse populations.

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Geri Taeckens

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Jennifer Webber

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Kris Keranen