Bob Glatz is in his 19th year as Executive Director of the Harvard Varsity Club. Under Bob’s leadership, the Varsity Club has steadily grown its staff and resources to improve its services to student-athletes and alumni, including the publication of the Third H Book of Harvard Athletics, a 9-year project completed with sage guidance from Bill Markus ’60.
Prior to arriving at the Varsity Club, Bob was the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the Hackley School in Tarrytown, NY, where he also coached lacrosse and football. Bob was a starting running back on the 1987 Ivy Champion football team and graduated from Harvard with a degree in psychology in 1988.
The proud uncle of 10 nieces and nephews, Bob spends a lot of time with family and also enjoys biking, kayaking, traveling, fishing and attending concerts and sporting events. Bob serves various roles with the National Football Foundation (former President of the Massachusetts Chapter), St. John’s Preparatory School, the Institutional Biosafety Committee at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital and the Matthew W. Houlihan Foundation, and the Harvard Club of Boston.