Glecie graduated from Arellano University School of Law in 2019 and passed the Bar Examinations on the same year.

From April to November 2014, she was a volunteer legal researcher for ‘Hustisyeah! Decongesting Philippine Courts Project’, a Case Decongestion Activity by the Supreme Court implemented by The Asia Foundation, funded by the United States Agency for International Development through the American Bar Association. She was part of a team which conducted inventory of cases in select first and second-level courts in Makati City, Pasig City, and in the City of Manila.

From January to March 2019, she was an apprentice at the Public Attorney’s Office (PAO), Pasay District. With the mentorship of PAO lawyers, she was tasked to interview clients, draft pleadings, and observe court proceedings.

She earned her college degree from the University of the Philippines - Diliman.

The idea of learning excites her and improving herself is something that she is passionate about. She seeks to pursue diligence and excellence in what she does. In her free time, she enjoys leisure reading, playing the guitar or listening to music, and running or swimming or simply strolling.