Megan Glancey is a 2023-2024 Veterans Advanced Energy fellow at the Atlantic Council and a renewable development manager with Invenergy, a privately held, independent power producer that develops, builds, owns, and operates power-generation and energy-storage projects. Invenergy specializes in wind, solar, and natural gas power generation and energy storage facilities. Glancey is currently developing the largest renewable energy project in the United States at over four gigawatts in capacity.  

As the co-chair of the Invenergy Veterans Network recruiting committee, Glancey has begun building new strategies with the corporate recruiting and diversity, equity, and inclusion teams to help the company reach its veteran hiring goals.  

Glancey graduated from the US Naval Academy in 2014. She went on to become a naval flight officer in the Navy and later with the National Security Agency. She served in the White House as a military social aide to the president as one of only ten Naval officers selected annually. She holds a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University, with a research focus on energy security.