U.S. Army Geospatial Center
Architecture, Standards, Test and Certification Team Lead
Residing most of his life in Northern Virginia, Glen Quesenberry graduated from George Mason University in 2004. Having already spent several years at the U.S. Army Geospatial Center, Glen continued his career full-time supporting the Army and continuing his education through graduate school. After more than 15 years supporting the AGC as a geospatial engineer and a program management contractor, Glen accepted a government position in late 2017. As the Modeling and Simulation lead, he helped shape the development of 3D terrain technologies into both training and operational systems across the Army. In 2019, he accepted a position as the Architectures, Standards, Test and Certification team lead within the Enterprise Services Branch within AGC. Here, Glen and his team focus their efforts on the identification, development, and formalization of technology to create a more capable and cohesive U.S. Army Geospatial Enterprise. Furthermore, Glen serves as the AGCs liaison to the Synthetic Training Environment (STE). The combination of these roles positions him to rapidly evaluate cutting-edge geographic technologies, create guidance for their use across the Army, and help integrate the future of geography within the Army.
Last updated on: April 21, 2021