Executive Management


claraClara Lippert Glenn, President and CEO of The Oxford Princeton Programme, created Princeton Energy Programme in 1992 and PrincetonLive.com in 1999. In 2000 she engineered the merger with The College of Petroleum and Energy Studies, forming The Oxford Princeton Programme, of which she is President. She has provided the vision and leadership behind The Oxford Princeton Programme's innovative and successful approach to interactive professional education, building it into the global leading provider of energy education. She has a master's degree in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird), after which she began her career in energy commodity trading at Amerada Hess. During her time at Amerada Hess, and later Total CFP, she came to appreciate the lack of industry training for those in and around commodity trading and operations groups.


bethBethan Clark, Vice President of Global Operations, began her career in training in 1998 as a Promotions Assistant for the British Council. Further to this, she then worked for the Hartwell Training Academy as a Training coordinator. Bethan joined The Oxford Princeton Programme in 2000 as the Venue and Programme Coordinator becoming the Oxford Operations Manager in 2005. In 2006 Bethan's responsibilities increased to encompass global responsibility for operations and programme management. Bethan attended Swansea University in Wales with a Higher National Diploma in Business.



ellenEllen M. Deluccia, CPA, Controller, has held a number of key positions of increasing responsibility including Director of Operational Accounting at Anthem Health, Director of Reinsurance at AIG American General, Manager at Veris Consulting, LLC and most recently as Operational Accounting Manager at Marlin Leasing Corporation. Ellen graduated from Rider University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Accounting. She is a member of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants, Institute of Internal Auditors, and AICPA.



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