Enid Glabman was born and raised in Brooklyn and attended public school from elementary through high school before moving to Bayswater, Queens in 1957.
Mrs. Glabman later married and, during her husband’s military service, served as secretary of a civic association at the off-campus Army base where her husband was stationed. She later served as Treasurer of the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism for several years, as well as President of Metropolitan-Inter Collegiate House Plan Association.
A Hunter College graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Education as well as a Master’s degree from Brooklyn College, Mrs. Glabman taught in the New York City public school system for 31 years, 21 of which she dedicated to P.S. 104. Although currently retired, she now teaches conversational English to Russian residents of Jewish Association Serving the Aging.
Mrs. Glabman stays active in community matters and is currently the Board Chairperson of the Bayswater Civic Association. She still attends many meetings of her local Community Board 14, as well as critical local community meetings, and meets monthly with a teachers’ alumni group.
With her commitment to charitable causes and her determination to “always keep moving,” Mrs. Glabman successfully took on the challenge of walking in the Susan B. Komen Race For a Cure for many years, along with her family and fellow team members. She has generously contributed to many social causes, especially to those that assist animals and the environment. In addition, Mrs. Glabman has received several awards, including the esteemed 2009 Sisterhood Honoree Award.
Mrs. Glabman has raised three wonderful children who proudly share in her accomplishments.