Born to William and Sylvia Glazier in New York, NY.
Earns a degree in art history, with honors, from Smith College.
Serves the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art as a member of the activities board, women’s board and board of trustees, secretary and chairman through 1980.
Is the owner of Quay Gallery in San Francisco, CA until 1986.
Serves the Academy of Media and Theater Arts as a member of the founding committee, board of trustees and treasurer until 1985.
Assists in the production of “Viola Frey: Retrospective” at the Crocker Art Museum and the Creative Arts League of Sacramento.
Is a member of the state/local partnership of the California Arts Council.
Is a member of the museum board of the Oakland Museum Association until 1986.
Serves as a project coordinator of the “Viola Frey” exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Becomes the owner of Rena Bransten Gallery in San Francisco, CA and continues in the role.
Is a member of the board of trustees for Friends of Photography at the Ansel Adams Center and the Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens until 1996.
Facilitates production of set designs by artists for the San Francisco Ballet.
Is a member of the board of trustees of the San Francisco Free Clinic and continues in the role.
Serves as a member of the board of trustees of the American Conservatory of Theatre until 2003.
Is a member of the advisory board of the San Francisco Arts Education Project and continues in the role.
Facilitates exhibition and catalogue for “Hung Liu: Strange Fruit” at the Boise, Arizona State University, Laguna and Crocker Art Museums.
Is a member of the board of trustees of the Berkeley Art Museum until 2004.
Facilitates exhibition and publication for “Candida Höfer: Architecture of Absence” at the University Art Museum at Cal State, Long Beach and the Norton Museum of Art.