Glennon Sweeney, M.A.
Senior Research Associate
Kirwan Institute; City and Regional Planning
College of Engineering
Primary Food Innovation Center Area: Food Strategy and Policy
Areas of Expertise: Food Access and Security, Food Justice, Metropolitan Neighborhood Change, Civic Engagement, Community-Based Participatory Research
Glennon is a senior research associate at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in the Community Assessment and Metropolitan Change unit. She joined Kirwan in 2011 and in 2014 began leading the Institute’s food justice work. Her work focuses on issues related to food security and access, metropolitan neighborhood change, housing, civic engagement, equity and the intersection of jurisdictional fragmentation and social service delivery. A member of the Franklin County Local Food Council and the Worthington Community Relations Commission, Glennon holds a Bachelor’s in geography and political science, a Master’s in city and regional planning, and is currently working on her Ph.D. in city and regional planning.