Lauren Glant '83
After practicing as a litigator at Pillsbury Winthrop in New York, Glant taught at New York University Law School, Pace University School of Law and Brooklyn Law School. She now consults with nonprofits across a range of missions.
Glant served for more than a decade as a trustee of the Brooklyn Historical Society, where she chaired the collections committee and sat on the governance and executive committees. Glant also chaired the board diversity committee of The Packer Collegiate Institute, where she was a trustee for nine years. She is currently on the Board of Trustees of Weeksville Heritage Center and of Wyckoff House Museum, and chairs the collections committee at the Center for Brooklyn History.
Glant was a member of the College’s Council on Presidential Initiatives, chairing the Council’s committee on Enhancing Our Social Impact. A Phi Beta Kappa recipient, she earned a B.A. in history with high honors at Swarthmore and a J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1986.
Glant lives in Brooklyn, NY, and she and her husband, Michael Gillespie, have two children.