Don Glenn, of Hillsboro, Ala., serves as a member of the Corn Board of the National Corn Growers Association, a farmer-led trade association with offices in St. Louis and Washington.
Glenn operates a fourth-generation family farm, along with his brother, Brian, in northern Alabama. Together, they grow corn, soybeans, wheat and canola using cutting edge technologies and practices that help maximize yield while protecting the environment.
Glenn serves as Corn Board liaison to the Freedom to Operate Action Team. He also serves as NCGA’s representation to 25 x ’25.
Previously, he served as board liaison to NCGA’s Market Access Action Team, on the Governance Committee and represented the association on the Field to Market sustainability initiative. Prior to Corn Board service, he served on the Ethanol Committee, and chaired the Production and Stewardship Action Team and its Mycotoxin Task Force.
At the state level, Glenn Is a member of the Alabama Wheat and Feed Grain Producers Board of Directors. He previously served as a past president of the Alabama Soybean and Corn Association and as a director of the Alabama Soy Producers.