Elizabeth Glynn Valentine began her professional career at Tiffany & Co. in the Public Relations Department in New York City. Working primarily in the Publicity division, Glynn was responsible for promoting Tiffany's jewelry to top national and international stylists, highlighting the Tiffany classic diamond rings and pearls, as well as Elsa Peretti and Paloma Picasso designs.
To enhance her experience at Tiffany & Co., Glynn attended Sotheby's Institute of Art where she graduated from the American Arts Course which covered American fine and decorative arts from early furniture and portraiture to contemporary art and mid-century design.
After completing the year long American Arts Course, Glynn enhanced her knowledge with an internship at the Hirschl & Adler Gallery Print Department in New York where she worked on their 2002 John J. Audubon Birds of America original proofs exhibition.
In addition, she completed New York University's Intensive Appraisal Course and worked at the Carol Craven Art Gallery which specializes in contemporary and modern art.