Glenn M. Bieler
Vice President for Communications
Office of Communications
The Johns Hopkins University
249 Garland Hall
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Glenn M. Bieler joined Johns Hopkins as vice president for communications in July 2011.
Bieler assumed a new position created in recognition of the importance of communications and marketing in strengthening the university's relationships with alumni, prospective students, parents, the local community and other external and internal audiences. He leads the Communications unit in the university's central administration and works to encourage collaboration among communications teams located throughout the university.
Before joining Johns Hopkins, he had since 2008 been associate vice president for university marketing and communications at Case Western Reserve University. He was responsible there for media relations, marketing, advertising, market research, internal communications, alumni and development communications and electronic media.
Previously, Bieler spent more than eight years with the Cleveland Clinic, the last two years as director of marketing and communications. A former practicing attorney, he began a transition into marketing and communications as international business development manager at Jones Day, one of the world's largest law firms.
Bieler is a 1989 graduate of New York Law School and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1983 at the University at Albany of the State University of New York.[Updated July 2011]
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