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Glenn BurnettSenior Technical AdvisorCLIA

Glenn Burnett is a Senior Technical Advisor at Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) in Washington DC, where he recommends, develops, presents, negotiates, and implements global industry positions on legislative, regulatory, and policy matters involving environment, security, public health, medical and facilitation matters. He also leads policy matters within the portfolio of cybersecurity. His principal responsibilities include participating in CLIA delegations to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and assisting with the facilitation of the CLIA Global Environment Committee, the CLIA Global Security Committee, the CLIA Public Health and Sanitation Working Group and the CLIA Global Facilitation, Customs and Immigration Working Group.

Glenn held a few different roles in the maritime industry before working for CLIA. Glenn worked for the Herbert Engineering Corporation as an Apprentice Naval Architect, where he did extensive work into comparative air emissions analyses and predictive software development. While working for MiNO Marine and Chesapeake Shipbuilding, Glenn gained experience in ship design from the design office and shipyard point of view by designing systems, producing arrangement and system schematics and working to ensure engineering solutions developed in the office are successful in the field. Glenn gained hands on experience in the maritime field working as an Engine Cadet for the APL Holland. Glenn is a 2016 graduate of Webb Institute, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. Glenn completed a senior thesis at Webb entitled The Economic Impact of the Mediterranean Refugee Crisis on the Shipping Industry and the European Union.