Initiation of Major General David Paul Glaser (Ret)

Gamma Tau was honored to initiate David Glaser on February 22nd in Huntsville as part of the Founders Day weekend. We had a tremendous Alumni presence for the initiation and look forward to his leadership with the chapter.

David Glaser is the Chief Strategy Officer for Sam Houston State University (SHSU) the best regional university in the State of Texas. After retiring as a Major General in 2021, he joined SHSU and joined the Babel Street Board of Advisors. He continues to serve on the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Homeland Security Policy Committee and has previously co-chaired the Army Protection Program Executive Board and served on the National Joint Terrorism Task Force Executive Committee, NATO Chiefs of Police Executive Board, and the International Police Policy Board. Career highlights include Deputy Commanding General, US Army North (5th U.S. Army), Provost Marshal General for the U.S. Army overseeing global policing and corrections operations. Chief of Staff, U.S. Army Central (3rd U.S. Army), Executive Director, Defense Biometrics and Forensics Enterprise including criminal labs, biometric store, match, share program and forensic exploitation supporting contingency operations. Commander U.S. Army Criminal Investigations Command. Commander U.S. Army Corrections Command and Senior
Advisor to the Ministry of the Interior, Afghanistan. A graduate of the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School Executive Development Program, Syracuse University – Martin J. Whitman School of Management (MBA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Executive Institute. David has also been selected twice by Army leadership to serve as a Fellow with the Center for a New American Security and directly for the Chief of Staff of the Army conducting Strategic Studies. Opportunities of this nature allowed him to write and publish on topics ranging from creating an Army Experimentation and Innovation Command (Led to Army Futures Command), combating international criminal organizations in the western hemisphere, advising at the strategic (Ministerial) level, military police credentialing and in-transit physical security. He is instructor-certified in leadership curriculum, and the former Director of the Army’s Antiterrorism and Counter Drug Branches. Maj. Gen Glaser is an international presenter, lecturer, and consultant on a range of topics involving strategy, leadership development, innovation, crisis management, and security. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and past member of the FBI National Executive Association.

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