Mark Glick

Mark Glick

Administrator
State Energy Office, DBEDT

Glick’s professional career features private and public sector roles in a wide variety of disciplines including resource and asset management, energy, transportation & environmental policy, and economic development. He has been a pioneer in alternative fuel transportation in the United States and abroad dating back to tenure as senior advisor to the Texas Land Commissioner.

He was selected as Administrator of the State Energy Office, Department of Business, Economic Development, in October of 2011. As Energy Administrator, Glick manages, develops, oversees and implements statewide energy programs, policies, and initiatives that support Hawaii’s nationally recognized clean energy agenda and is charged with moving the State forward in its pursuit of a clean energy economy.

Previously, Glick managed clean energy projects using American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds and served as Director of Economic Development at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs. There he established the OHA Malama Loan program with First Hawaiian Bank, the Pacific Network Television internet portal, and the Hawaii Procurement Technical Assistance Center. A past chairman of the Sierra Club’s Hawaii chapter, Glick received a Master of Science in Public Management & Policy from Carnegie-Mellon University and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Lamar University.