Mark Glick

Mark Glick

Energy Program Administrator
State of Hawai‘i, Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism (DBEDT)

Mark B. Glick is the administrator for the Hawaii State Energy Office. Previously, Mr. Glick was the coordinator and project manager of DBEDT’s ARRA funded financial strategies and programs with a principal focus on energy efficiency and renewable energy systems. Glick spent seven years as a process operator at Gulf Oil Corporation’s largest refinery in Port Arthur, Texas and developed energy policy for the Texas Land Commissioner. Mr. Glick also managed loan, grant and technical assistance programs as Director of Economic Development at the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA). Mr. Glick designed and implemented the innovative and successful restructure of the $29 million Native Hawaiian Revolving Loan Fund program in partnership with First Hawaiian Bank. He served on the Fund’s Board of Directors making daily decisions on loans from November 2007 through July 2010. Glick also managed OHA’s Consumer Micro Loan Program. Mr. Glick has a B.A. in Mathematics from Lamar University and a M.S. in Public Management & Policy from Carnegie-Mellon University.