US Deputy Secretary of Energy, 1999-2001

 Mr. Glauthier served as Deputy Secretary and Chief Operating Officer of the U.S. Department of Energy under President Bill Clinton, from 1999-2001.  In that role, he oversaw all operations of the Department’s $19 billion annual budget, 120,000 employees, and 17 National Laboratories.  Prior to that, he served in the White House Office of Management and Budget from 1993-1998 as the Associate Director for Natural Resources, Energy and Science.

He has recently co-chaired a U.S. National Commission for Congress and the White House to Review the Effectiveness of the National Energy Laboratories.  He has served on four corporate boards of directors, including of a natural gas well drilling company in Texas.  He also serves on advisory boards for Stanford’s energy programs, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and the National Academy of Sciences.

Earlier, Mr. Glauthier was CEO of the Electricity Innovation Institute, an affiliate of the international Electric Power Research Institute, and spent twenty years in management consulting.  He holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School.