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Glen Philbrick

Glen Philbrick was raised on a dairy farm in central North Dakota. Glen graduated from Minot State University with a B.S. in Finance and Minor in Accounting. Shortly after graduating, Glen pursued the Series 66 and Series 7 securities licenses and then a M.S. in Management with focus on Organizational Behavior and Management Information Systems from Minot State University. While in college, Glen was active in the family farming operation and maintained the lifestyle he grew up in which included growing and preserving vegetables and meat. Glen had the opportunity to engage in missionary work overseas and domestically while in college. Glen began teaching business as an adjunct instructor at Aakers College, which later became Rasmussen College, and later full time at United Tribes Technical College. Glen has been a proud member of the Sitting Bull College faculty since 2016 and serves as the advisor for American Indian Business Leaders (AIBL). Agri-business and the cultural relevancy of local food production and food sovereignty are incorporated into several of Glen’s courses. Glen is a certified organic vegetable and vegetable seed producer and has been awarded grants for the research of ancient grains, local foods promotion, and vegetable research.