Glen G. Tilot graduated in 1981 with a degree in Social Work. He recruits, trains, matches and manages volunteers for The Pals Program, the Parent Pals Program, the Supervised Visitation Program and the Volunteer Guardian Program for Brown County Human Services. He began his career as a social worker and volunteer coordinator, first in Outagamie County’s Department of Human Services, and later in Brown County, where he has worked from 1984 to present day. Tilot serves on advisory committees for multiple universities and organizations. He is the chair for Brown County Voices of Men Breakfast, which encourages men to take a stand against violence towards women. Among his multitude of awards and recognitions, Tilot received the UW-Green Bay Community Partner Award, and the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce’s Daniel Whitney Award. Widely known for his longstanding commitment to the Chamber’s Leadership Green Bay program, he was presented with that organization’s highest honor — the Leo Frigo Award.