Patuk Glenn is the Executive Director of the Arctic Slope Community Foundation (ASCF). She is the daughter of Richard and Arlene Glenn, granddaughter of Alice Kannik and Robert Glenn and the late Jeanette and Frankie Akpik. She is married to William Martin, Jr. and together they have 4 children.
Patuk has a Bachelor’s Degree in Rural Development from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and is currently studying for her Master’s Degree in Mass Communications at South Dakota State University.
Over the years Patuk has worked to help promote and preserve Inupiat way of life in various capacities. She has worked as Museum Curator for the Inupiat Heritage Center and served as a Project Manager for the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation in Community Economic Development. She believes her greatest achievements to date are the relationships she has developed with community members of the Arctic Slope region. In her capacity as ASCF Executive Director she hopes to continue the vision of the ASCF Board of Directors to work hard and help support positive development in the Arctic Slope region of Alaska.