Glenn's career in marketing and developing high-end arts and entertainment products for young people began in 1978, when he joined famed children's recording artist Raffi's Troubadour Records. For the next 10 years, he guided Raffi's extraordinarily successful recording, concert and video career.
Following that, he was one of the founding partners of The Children's Group Inc. and introduced Beethoven Lives Upstairs to the market. He subsequently brought the product to Devine's attention, resulting in the Emmy award-winning film.
He has overseen the marketing and development of children's and family music and video at BMG Music Canada and at EMI Music Canada. Acting on his interest in all forms of arts for families, he produced, for 6 years, Toronto's First Night family New Year's arts festival (three of those years in SkyDome). Since 1999, he has been on the faculty at the Harris Institute for the Arts, Toronto's leading entertainment business college.