Glenna Stacer Sayles is an Emmy-nominated showrunner, producer and writer, with current credits including HGTV’s Fixer Upper, HGTV’s Good Bones, Food Network’s Ayesha’s Home Kitchen, Discovery’s Dude, You’re Screwed, TLC’s Cake Boss and Kitchen Boss, Haylie Duff’s Real Girl’s Kitchen for Cooking Channel, and Food Network’s long-running series Unwrapped. In addition to her lead role on the HGTV’s top-rated Fixer Upper, Glenna also executive produces two Fixer Upper spinoffs--Fixer Upper: Behind the Design and Wood Work with Clint Harp for DIY network, along with producing and directing pilots and presentations for the development division.
Before joining High Noon, Glenna worked with the television team in the Creative Services department at US West. Prior, Glenna was a producer with ABC’s news feed service NewsOne. She also worked as a news producer at KMGH-TV, where she supervised and wrote a daily 2-hour live newscast. Glenna began her career in news, supervising and producing a daily live newscast at KBYU and interning at KUTV in Salt Lake City and New Atlantic Productions in New York. Glenna earned her Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism at Brigham Young University.