Oak Hill Capital Partners Taps Glenn For Senior Advisory Role

Nov 9 2017 | 9:58pm ET

Oak Hill Capital Partners has named former FedEx Corporate Services executive T. Michael Glenn as a senior advisor and operating consultant.  

In his new role, Glenn will consult across Oak Hill Capital’s private equity portfolio, leveraging deep experience in marketing, sales strategy, customer service, corporate communications, and talent management, the company said in a statement. 

Glenn served as president and CEO of FedEx Corporate Services since 2000. A 35-year veteran of FedEx Corporation, Mike joined FedEx Express in 1981, and became senior vice president, Worldwide Marketing, Customer Service, and Corporate Communications for FedEx in 1993, where he was responsible for directing all marketing, customer service, employee communications, and public relations activities.

As CEO of FedEx Corporate Services, Glenn managed all marketing, sales, customer service, and retail operations functions for the FedEx Corporation operating companies, including FedEx Office. He served as EVP, Market Development and Corporate Communications for FedEx Corporation until his retirement on December 31, 2016, and was a member of the firm’s five-person executive committee. 

Founded in 1986 as the family office of Robert Bass, New York-based Oak Hill is a private equity firm managing funds with more than $10 billion of initial capital commitments since inception. Professionals at Oak Hill and its predecessors have invested in 85 significant private equity transactions across broad segments of the U.S. and global economies including consumer, retail & distribution; industrials; media & communications; and services. 


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