Ulysses Glen, Jr joined the District of Columbia Government in August 1996, after spending one year as the Administrative Officer at the District of Columbia Lottery and Charitable Games Board (DCLB), Ulysses transitioned to the position of Chief of Staff for the Office of Finance and Treasury and remained there for ten (10) years.  During his tenure at the Office of Finance and Treasury, Ulysses was instrumental in selecting the District’s current cashiering system, Inovah as well as instituting the collection of dishonored checks electronically.  Ulysses served as Budget Director for the Government Services Cluster, which includes the Department of Public Works, Department of Transportation, Department of Motor Vehicles, and the Department of the Environment.  Ulysses served in the role for 11 years before leaving to pursue his entrepreneurial goals.  Ulysses returned to the District of Columbia Government in 2021 and is currently serving as the Program Manager at the Department of Employment Services.

Before joining the DCLB, Ulysses was a Marketing Associate at Total Healthcare in Cincinnati, Ohio, and a Provider Relations Manager at Blue Cross Blue Shield.  Ulysses earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Cincinnati and a Master’s in Accounting from Regis University.  Ulysses is currently studying to receive licensure as a Certified Public Accountant.

Ulysses is a member of the Government Finance Officers Association, Association for Financial Professionals, National Forum of Black Public Administrators, a Board Member of Hope House, and a Lifetime member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Ulysses enjoys many hobbies such as bike riding, jogging, grilling, reading books, and buying expensive sneakers.  Ulysses has become an online learned horticulturalist.

Ulysses has one son named Ulysses Adam Glen, 21 years old (deceased) and a Black Lab named Athena, who only eats gourmet food.