ENERGY LEADERSHIP AND BUSINESS GROWTH

With Glenn’s extensive business experience and track record in improving profitability while creating jobs, he helps organizations anticipate changes, trends, and executive strategies to capitalize on opportunities.

Professional Background

Glenn McCullough, Jr’s Professional Background

Mississippi Development Authority

Executive Director (Appointed by Governor Phil Bryant.)

June 2015 – January 2020

  • Created leadership, community and economic development programs that resulted in record private capital investment and more Mississippians employed than ever before while earning higher incomes.
  • Directed international business development and trade missions to countries including Austria, Canada, China, India, Cuba, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Korea, Panama, Scotland, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Uzbekistan.
  • Led a team of 232 employees serving communities, businesses, industries and leaders to help them achieve their goals in Mississippi.

GLM Associates, LLC

Board Member / Consultant to national and international corporations optimizing people, process and product to achieve their goals.

May 2005 – Present

  • Authored an editorial published in the Wall Street Journal on October 14, 2014, “The Other Senate Nuclear Option.”
  • Quoted in The Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
  • Guest contributor on Fox Business Network Varney & Company and Bloomberg Television.

Tennessee Valley Authority

Chairman, Board of Directors: Nominated by President Bill Clinton and confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Board member in 1999. In 2001, appointed Chairman of the TVA Board by President George W. Bush.

November 1999 – May 2005

  • TVA earned international recognition for its economic development success and launched its megasite program.

  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi, the state’s second automotive OEM, is located on a TVA megasite.

City of Tupelo, Mississippi

Mayor: Elected as the city’s 23rd mayor, receiving 61% of the vote.

June 1997 – November 1999

  • Spearheaded the successful historic Downtown Revitalization effort, a 50-acre development.
  • Formed citizen task forces and a community-oriented policing program which earned the “Innovations in Municipal Government” award from the John S. Stennis Institute of Government.
  • Led Tupelo’s successful effort to win the “All-America City” award from the National Civic League in 1999.

Appalachian Regional Commission

Executive Director appointed by Mississippi Governor Kirk Fordice.

1993 – 1997

  • Enhanced Mississippi’s economic development and technical skills training, infrastructure, and industrial park development.
  • Strengthened trust between congressional leaders and ARC.
  • Played a leadership role that resulted in a $600 million Red Hills mine-and-power plant near Ackerman, Mississippi.

McCullough Steel Products, Inc.

Vice President of a family-owned business that is the master distributor of industrial pipe, valves, fittings, and related piping materials.

1981 – 1993

  • Lobaki, Inc., Member, Board of Directors March 2020-Present. This company is headquartered in Jackson, MS, and excels in the virtual reality (VR) experience for education, industry, community and economic development.
  • nCode Federal, LLC, Chairman of the Board, 2008-Present. This company is headquartered in Southfield, MI, and is an advanced engineering solutions company and part of HBM Prenscia.
  • NuVision Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA, Chairman of the Board 2005-2017. NuVision was acquired by Carr’s Group, U.K. in 2017.
  • SmartSync, Jackson, MS, Member of Board of Directors 2008-2012 (acquired by Itron in 2012).
  • Nuclear Energy Institute, Washington, DC, Board of Directors Executive Committee 2003-2005.
  • Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Palo Alto, CA, Executive Committee Board of Directors 2002-2005.
  • Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, Atlanta, GA, Executive Committee Board of Directors 2002-2005.

City of Tupelo, Mississippi

Mayor: Elected as the city’s 23rd mayor, receiving 61% of the vote.

June 1997 – November 1999

  • Spearheaded the successful historic Downtown Revitalization effort, a 50-acre development.
  • Formed citizen task forces and a community-oriented policing program which earned the “Innovations in Municipal Government” award from the John S. Stennis Institute of Government.
  • Led Tupelo’s successful effort to win the “All-America City” award from the National Civic League in 1999.

Appalachian Regional Commission

Executive Director appointed by Mississippi Governor Kirk Fordice.

1993 – 1997

  • Enhanced Mississippi’s economic development and technical skills training, infrastructure, and industrial park development.
  • Strengthened trust between congressional leaders and ARC.
  • Played a leadership role that resulted in a $600 million Red Hills mine-and-power plant near Ackerman, Mississippi.

McCullough Steel Products, Inc.

Vice President of a family-owned business that is the master distributor of industrial pipe, valves, fittings, and related piping materials.

1981 – 1993

  • Lobaki, Inc., Member, Board of Directors March 2020-Present. This company is headquartered in Jackson, MS, and excels in the virtual reality (VR) experience for education, industry, community and economic development.
  • nCode Federal, LLC, Chairman of the Board, 2008-Present. This company is headquartered in Southfield, MI, and is an advanced engineering solutions company and part of HBM Prenscia.
  • NuVision Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA, Chairman of the Board 2005-2017. NuVision was acquired by Carr’s Group, U.K. in 2017.
  • SmartSync, Jackson, MS, Member of Board of Directors 2008-2012 (acquired by Itron in 2012).
  • Nuclear Energy Institute, Washington, DC, Board of Directors Executive Committee 2003-2005.
  • Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Palo Alto, CA, Executive Committee Board of Directors 2002-2005.
  • Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, Atlanta, GA, Executive Committee Board of Directors 2002-2005.

Lobaki, Inc., Member, Board of Directors

This company is headquartered in Jackson, MS, and excels in the virtual reality (VR) experience for education, industry, community, and economic development.

June 2015 – January 2020

nCode Federal, LLC, Chairman of the Board

This company is headquartered in Southfield, MI, and is an advanced engineering solutions company and part of HBM Prenscia.

2008 – Present

NuVision Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA, Chairman of the Board

NuVision was aquired by Carr’s Group, U.K. in 2017

2005 – 2017

SmartSync, Jackson, MS, Member of Board of Directors

Aquired by Itron in 2013.

2008 – 2012

Nuclear Energy Institute, Washington, DC, Board of Directors Executive Committee

2003 – 2005

Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Palo Alto, CA, Executive Committee Board of Directors

2002 – 2005

Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, Atlanta, GA, Executive Committee Board of Directors 

2002 – 2005

Education

Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics, 1977

Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

Security Clearance

Glenn McCullough, Jr. has been given Secret Security Clearance by the United States Department of Defense in Washington, D.C.

Personal

Glenn McCullough, Jr. is Married to Laura McCullough with two sons and six grandchildren.

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