About Glen Hellman

A Founder, A Funder, A Fixer of Broken Things, and An Unconventional Thinker

Since 1978 Hellman has been in the technology industry as a bag-carrying salesman, managed sales and marketing, a CRO, COO, CEO, and board member. He spent over a decade employed by private equity investors as a turn-around CEO and an additional 15+ years as an executive coach.

Glen was certified as an executive coach and peer group facilitator in 2007. He is a member of the faculty of the University of Maryland, A. James Clark School of Engineering, where he instructs, mentors, and coaches UMD professors, research staff, postdocs, graduate, and undergraduate students on commercializing research and technology-based businesses.

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Glen is absolutely brilliant! No matter what your situation is, he drives straight to the core and helps you understand what's really happening. You can tell he knows exactly how to fix it, but he allows you to arrive at the answer yourself so you own the solution. My business is going to be much more successful thanks to him.

Judy SchrammCEO, ProResource

Glen is a respected, seasoned business executive who is a great mentor to entrepreneurs and CXOs looking to walk in the shoes he's traveled in. I have spent time alongside Glen coaching CEOs and think his advice and guidance is spot on.

Carl GrantSVP, Cooley LLP

I'm proud to call Glen my mentor, coach, and friend. Since our first meeting, Glen didn't just ask me the right questions, he also had the right answers. He has so much experience (from entrepreneur to turn-around CEO) that he is able to recognize patterns faster than most. This critical ability allows him to assess business scenarios skillfully and provides feedback rapidly.

Dan BergerFounder and CEO, Social Tables (Acquired by Cvent)

Glen's middle name is No B.S. He is also a great listener which is not easy for someone with such an active cerebral cortex.

Randy DomolkyVenture Capital Managing Partner, Private Access Network
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