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GUGGENHEIM PARTNERS LLC
227 West Monroe Street Suite 4900
Guggenheim Partners is a privately held global financial services firm with more than $200 billion in assets under management. The firm provides asset management, investment banking and capital markets services, insurance services, institutional finance a
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Dylan C. Glenn
Managing Director for Guggenheim Partners
and a senior member of the Marketing and Sales team for Guggenheim Investment Advisors
Prior to joining Guggenheim
in 2005, he
served as Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Sonny Perdue of Georgia and also served in the White House as Special Assistant to the President George W. Bush for Economic Policy.
He holds a BA degree from Davidson College in North Carolina.
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Dylan Glenn is Senior Vice President of the Guggenheim Advisors, a New York based hedge fund, where he directs marketing for the firm's Marketing and Client Services Team.
Prior to joining Guggenheim Partners, Dylan Glenn was a candidate for the U.S. Congress in Georgia's 8th Congressional District.
served as Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Sonny Perdue of Georgia and two years as Special Assistant to the 41st President of the United States
, President George H.W. Bush.
While at the White House, he was a member of the National Economic Council team advising the President on various economic concerns.
Working with Pearl Coalition Board Member Robert Nixon, he
was one of the founders of The Earth Conservation Corps
, a White House initiative under President George H.W. Bush.
The organization provides opportunity to at-risk youth through serious environmental conservation work.
Dylan served on the Board of Directors of the ECC organization including a stint as Chairman of the Board.
Dylan was founder and director of the South Georgia Economic Development Corporation, formed to assist economic growth in the poorest part of his state.
In that capacity, he
was involved with educational reform and was a major player in bringing innovative programs into several school systems in South Georgia.
In October 1999, Georgia Trend Magazine
named Dylan Glenn one of the 40 outstanding Georgians under 40.
Glenn is a graduate from The Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia.
He received his BA from Davidson College in North Carolina in 1991.