Glenn Cheriton is the president of the Canadian Equal Parenting Council, a national non-profit federation of parent support and advocacy organizations. He and his organization have sponsored two family law reform bills in the Canadian Federal Parliament. He has made 67 presentations in person and in writing to provincial and federal governments, mostly on issues relating to parent rights, family law, domestic violence, and taxation of child support. Glenn is the author of “Child Support, Divorce, Custody, Access and Government Policy” (Commoners Publishing, 1998), “Men’s Organizations, Resources and Issues” (Commoners Publishing, 1999), and “A National Directory of Services and Programs for Men Who Are or Have Been Victims of Violence” (National Clearinghouse on Family Violence, 2005). Mr. Cheriton received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for his work advocating for parents and shared parenting. He is the founder of FatherCraft Canada and the Men’s Health Network of Canada, and co-founder of Everyman Magazine. He has appeared on a variety of television news programs and written newspaper articles presenting the case for equal shared parenting. He lives in Ottawa and has three adult children.