Glenn Brown, President of the Generation Foundation. He was appointed as Science and Technology Advisor to Governor Voinovich in June of 1996 and served in that role for both Governor Voinovich and his successor Governor Taft. Dr. Brown received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Penn State University and a Ph.D. in the same discipline from the Case Institute of Technology (now Case Western Reserve University). Dr. Brown was associated with Standard Oil (now BP Amoco) for 33 years. He served as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (as well as Board Member) with responsibility for research and development, engineering, patenting and licensing, health, safety and environmental affairs, alternate energy, and corporate planning. After retirement from Standard Oil, he spent seven years at Case Western Reserve University. While with the University, Dr. Brown was the first Dean of the combined faculties and Vice Provost of Corporate Research and Technology Transfer. Dr. Brown has served on numerous corporate boards including Central Bank, Society National Bank, Ferro Corporation and Nordson Corporation. He has also served as a trustee of the Cleveland Playhouse Square Foundation (Chair, 1991-1996), The Cleveland Opera, The Botanical Garden of Cleveland, Hawken School, Cleveland Reads (Chair, 1987-1993), the Cleveland Advanced Manufacturing Program, Cleveland Engineering Society, the American Red Cross, Notre Dame College, United Way Services, and the American Chemical Society (Chair, Cleveland Section, 1983).