Glenn Woodcock has more than 25 years of experience as a banker, investor and entrepreneur. Glenn is the founder of Exeter City Futures, a community interest company set up to progress a programme of work to contribute to the sustainable future of Exeter. Its goal is to make Exeter congestion free and energy independent in ten years. He is also founder of Global City Futures, which expands on the Exeter City Futures model and partners with public and private sector organisations to help cities take action for a sustainable future.
Glenn also co-founded The South West Food Hub, a community interest company set up to help deliver a new approach to public sector food procurement that will shorten supply chains and get more locally sourced food into public sector institutions. In addition, Glenn is founder and chairman of City Science, a transport consultancy, and a director of Low Carbon, a renewable energy investment company.
He is also one of the founding members of Oxygen House which invests in projects that foster social, environmental and economic prosperity.
Glenn is a Member of the Board of Governors at Exeter College and a Member of the Board of Trustees at the University of Exeter (and Independent Lead for Dual Assurance Sustainability). Glenn is also a Trustee of the Dartington Hall Trust.