Glenn S. Forbes

Glenn is currently employed as a Vice President, Commercial Banking- Specialized Industries Government Banking Group with JPMorgan. His direct responsibilities include serving as Relationship Manager primarily for Public Sector Governmental relationships, inclusive of commercial lending, treasury, and related product services. Glenn has over 32 years of comprehensive banking experience collectively in commercial lending, community development, and asset management activities.

Glenn is an Alumni of Morehouse College, Atlanta Georgia earning a BA in Accounting. He is a member of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity-Delta Mu Chapter.

From 2000-2006 Glenn served as the CEO for Southeast Fort Worth, Incorporated, a 501C3 Development company who had as a mission to support the overall redevelopment activities within Fort Worth’s underserved southeast geography. Previously, Glenn served as Business Development Manager for Intel, Corporation with the start-up Fort Worth facility.

Glenn currently serves on the Boards of Performing Arts Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce (Advisory) and Southeast Fort Worth, Inc. (Past Chairman). He has also served on the Boards of the Fort Worth Chamber, United Way, Trumpet4Kids, Metropolitan YMCA, William Mann Community Development Corporation, and Tarrant County UNCF Leadership; along with various education steering committees with the Fort Worth Independent School District. He was honored as an inaugural year recipient of the FW Business Press Distinguished Minority Leaders.

Glenn is married to Marie and they have six children, Marcus (International Sales Mgr. Marriott, LA, CA Alum Morehouse), Glenn II (MS Basketball Coach-FW YMLA, Alumni Angelo State University), Kantrelle (Alumnae Texas Woman’s University), Andre (Software Developer Intel Corp, Alumni Morehouse), Angelique (Jr. Spelman College- Double Major Chinese and International Studies) and Mason (Rising 5th Grade).

He enjoys coaching youth sports, Jazz and spending time with family.

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