The Honorable Delegate Cheryl D. Glenn

District 45

Delegate Glenn was born and raised in Baltimore City. She received her high school diploma from Western High School, and is 6 credits away from the receipt an A.A. degree from the Community College of Baltimore County in paralegal studies. She also attended classes and workshops at the George Meany Institute for Labor Relations.

Delegate Glenn was a Personal Officer for the Baltimore City Public School system for 18 years. In 1988, Delegate Glenn founded the City Union of Baltimore representing 8,000 city employees. She served three consecutive terms as the first president of the City Union of Baltimore. After her service with the City Union of Baltimore, Delegate Glenn went on to serve as a Field Representative and lobbyist for the Baltimore Teachers Union.

In 2006, Delegate Glenn was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates. Cheryl is currently serving her third term as a State Delegate in the 45th Legislative District. Delegate Glenn is the Co-Chair of the Joint Oversight Unemployment Insurance Committee; the Vice Chair of the Worker’s Compensation Subcommittee; and the newly elected Chair of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland. In 2008, Delegate Glenn was elected as a Delegate for Senator Obama to the Democratic National Convention. Delegate Glenn is also appointed as a Commissioner to the Maryland School for the Blind. Delegate Glenn is a grass-roots public servant. She is actively involved in the Community Associations and the schools in the entire district.

Cheryl is recently widowed with two children and five grandchildren. Her family is the most important aspect of her life. Cheryl is proud to say that she is a champion of working men and women. She is an advocate for organized labor at all times, with all audiences.