Secretary, at-large member
Paul Glendon joined MEC’s board in 2017. He is a member of MEC’s ad hoc bylaws review, development, executive, finance and audit committees.
He is a longtime attorney specializing in grievances, interest issues, employment rights and discrimination disputes. He also is a member of the Nation Wildlife Federation’s Great Lakes Office and the Michigan’s Labor and Employment Law Section of the state bar, of which he was a former chair.
Previous board experiences include the following: Beaver Island Association, Glacier Hills Senior Living Community, Legacy Land Conservancy, Leslie Science & Nature Center, Little Traverse Conservancy, Rotary Club of Ann Arbor and Ann Arbor YMCA.
Glendon brings to MEC a deep interest in Great Lakes water quality, especially Line 5, phosphorus loading and algae; climate change and consequent species and habitat loss; and environmental justice around clean air and water for low-income and minority communities
The Ann Arbor resident received both his bachelor’s degree and his law degree from the University of Michigan. He enjoys tennis, golf, biking and walking in and around his hometown. He also enjoys spending time on Beaver Island with his wife, Anne, where they bike on trails and take walks on beaches.