MPC Spotlight: Jeremy Glover - Metropolitan Planning Council

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MPC Spotlight: Jeremy Glover

Meet Jeremy Glover, Transportation Associate. Jeremy's primary role is performing research and analysis to advance a safer, more sustainable, and equitable multimodal transportation system.

Read below what brought Jeremy to Chicago in 2017 (psst: it's MPC!), and make sure to wish him a happy four year anniversary at MPC, coming up in August.

Q&A with Jeremy

Chicago region native? If not, where are you from and what brought you to the Windy City?
I’m originally from a small town called Eureka, MO outside of St. Louis. I came to Chicago by way of New York to work at MPC. It was great to return to the Midwest!

Favorite Chicago region activity?
I love feeling connected to a place by learning about its local history and architecture. And I also love getting out of Dodge to explore the region’s beautiful beaches and forest preserves.

Coastal, mountains, or great lakes?
Impossible to choose just one, but lately I’ve been really leaning in to the “unsalted & shark free” lifestyle. I might even get one of those cheesy bumper stickers. The #GreatLakes are truly a wonder!


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