March 02, 2020
Since his days growing up near New York's Roosevelt Field, "America's Cradle of Aviation," Albert H. "Goldie" Glenn was active in aviation and aerospace projects. He was part of the transformation of flying machines from propeller-driven wool and cloth models to the rocket-powered spacecraft that carried the first man into space. After 52 years in the aircraft industry (including many technical, service and management responsibilities), he retired in July 1993 as Vice Chairman of Gulfstream.
This scholarship program is a tribute to Goldie Glenn and the outstanding leadership, service and respect that he brought to Gulfstream. The Gulfstream Goldie Glenn Scholarship Program was established to recognize and honor academic excellence among the high school students who are the children of Gulfstream employees.