Glenn is a tenacious procurement specialist and a professionally qualified logistician with a proven track record of success in international supply chain leadership. A graduate, he is a Member of the Institute of Directors Ireland, a Member of the Institute of Export & Trade and a Member of the Institute of Freight Professionals. Glenn leads Hardscape’s Business & Human Rights commitments by reducing negative impacts on people associated with our value chain. Putting principles into practice he performs Company due diligence in regard the UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights; the Ethical Trade Base Code and our engaged programmes; UK Modern Slavery Law; the outworking of the Anti-Slavery Charter and all other Human Rights strategy in the Company.
In addition, he sources the commodities that Hardscape sell to produce capacity building supplier relationships across the globe helping to strengthen stakeholder engagement to create an ongoing, all-round, efficient supply chain implementation.
A qualified trainer, Glenn shares his knowledge by presenting to internal staff on products, Human Rights and logistics. Outside Hardscape, he presents industry recognised CPD’s to discerning and diligent students, landscape architects, engineers and interested parties. He is presently Chair of the Northern Ireland Business and Human Rights Forum.
In down time, Glenn balances quality of life as a husband, father and grandfather with supporting both the provincial Ulster Rugby and the National Irish Rugby Union teams together with more leisurely weekend pursuits of cycling and rambling plus a devotional commitment to local charity work.