Glen Lubcke is the supervisor of the Natural Resources group at SDG&E, where he and his team oversee all matters related to environmental compliance, stewardship, and policy related to endangered species throughout SDG&E’s service area. Glen has spent most of his professional career in the utilities industry, focused on providing support and advice to internal operating groups, managing relationships with state and federal regulators, and developing long-term agreements with state and federal wildlife agencies with a focus on migratory birds, eagles, and endangered species. Originally from National City, CA, Glen has lived and worked throughout the entire state of California, recently relocating to San Diego during the summer of 2020 to start his new position with SDG&E. As an academically trained herpetologist, Glen holds a B.S. and M.S. in Biological Sciences from California State University, Chico where he studied California’s only native freshwater turtle for over six years. Glen also holds an MBA from California State University Fresno focused on management and sustainability.