Carol Glanville, M.A.Ed.

Program Manager

Contact Carol about courses for grantmakers and donors.

Contact Carol to learn more about The Grantmaking School (both open courses and custom training opportunities), our competency model for foundation program officers, and related professional development offerings.


Carol Glanville joined the Johnson Center as a program manager in 2020. In this role, she is responsible for developing and managing content and curricula for The Grantmaking School and LearnPhilanthropy Academy, our online learning series.

Previously, Carol served as the director of educational technology for the Diocese of Grand Rapids Catholic Secondary Schools, where she led the implementation of their 1:1 iPad program. She also worked as a consultant for Kent ISD Teachers in Industry Design Thinking Academy and as a curriculum coordinator for the City Colleges of Chicago adult ESL program.

Carol currently serves as a board member for the West Michigan Trails and Greenways Coalition, and president of the Friends of Walker Trails. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and translation from Western Michigan University, and a Master of Arts in Education in curriculum and technology from the University of Phoenix.

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