Don Glendenning

Partner at Locke Lord

Don Glendenning is a partner at Locke Lord, where he has practiced since graduating from Stanford Law School in 1979. His civic and philanthropic efforts are focused in (i) Social Justice and Understanding, where he has served in such roles as president of the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas, chairman of the Thanks-Giving Foundation and a director of the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance, (ii) Public Health, where he has served as a  director of the Parkland Foundation and co-chair of the $150 million philanthropic campaign for the new Parkland hospital, (iii) Education, where he has served as Chairman of the Dallas Zoological Society and as a director of KERA and the board of the SMU Tower Center, (iv) the Environment, where he has served as a director of the National Tree Trust, Arbor Day Foundation and Texas Trees Foundation, and (v) the Arts, where he has served on the boards of the Dallas Theater Center and the SMU Meadows School and serves as co-chair of the Founders Circle of The Arts Community Alliance, TACA.

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