Glenn Kishi

Glenn Kishi’s family archives include having witnessed firsthand, the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Glenn Kishi’s Great Grandmother, Grandmother and her children were eyewitnesses to the devastation, a memory that will never be forgotten. It’s not surprising as a result, to learn that the Kishi family is steeped in service to America. Glenn’s Father served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War conflict and his uncles also served in the military.

Glenn is a network engineer on assignment at Cisco Systems, Inc. where he handles development work on demos residing on virtualized systems in the IoT space. He previously worked as a network engineer for formidable companies to include Lockheed Martin, Boeing and several engineering firms. His career includes taking on assignments in the U.S. and overseas the combination of which has provided a wealth of practical, technical and cultural appreciation and experiences.

Glenn is an avid runner and competitor having completed all six of the world’s most significant marathons. The World Marathon Majors, sponsored by Abbot Labs, consists of the Boston Marathon, the New York Marathon, the Berlin Marathon, the London Marathon, the Chicago Marathon and the Tokyo Marathon which Glenn completed in 2018, the final culmination of a seven-year pursuit. He was among the first 500 American runners to be awarded the Abbott Labs 6-Star Medal, which Glenn received upon completion of the 2018 Tokyo Marathon.

Glenn is a member of the Association of the United States Army and the Cal Aggie Alumni Association.



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