Glenn Douglas Oliver is the co-founder and CEO of H2bid, Inc., a company providing data and software solutions to the water/wastewater utility industry. Prior to co-founding H2bid, Oliver served as a water commissioner for the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (which provided water and sewer services for four million customers in 128 communities). H2bid has been recognized in national business media, including Forbes, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, and Xconomy. H2bid also completed the Springboard accelerator program at CONNECT in San Diego. H2bid is the #1 lead generation service for companies in the water/wastewater utility industry.
Previously, Oliver served as a member of former Detroit Mayor Dennis W. Archer’s Cabinet. In that role, he managed eight city departments (approximately 25% of city government, $300 million in total budgets, and 4,000 employees), chaired the City’s Strategic Technology Committee, and served as a member of the Michigan Municipal League’s Board of Trustees.
Oliver has a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School and B.A. from Michigan State University’s James Madison College. After graduating from law school, Oliver served as a judicial law clerk for the Michigan Supreme Court. Oliver is a licensed attorney in California, Michigan, and Minnesota.