Glenn has devoted 36 years to the health care industry. He wanted his life to be about serving others, and health care has been the perfect opportunity to profoundly improve people’s lives.
From Glenn’s point of view, organizations like the Foundation play a special role in helping people who are most vulnerable to societal inequalities. Remedying those disparities has been his life’s devotion. Glenn has been with the Foundation since 2010, providing leadership and support to our Graduate Medical Education faculty and staff.
His best days on the job are when he hears he has helped others achieve their professional and personal aspirations. The opportunity to have a profound impact on people’s lives is what keeps him persevering so passionately in his career.
Disciplined, consistent physical activity is what helps Glenn persevere when it comes to his health — and that includes getting out on the golf course. Any place outdoors in Colorado appeals to Glenn, especially if it includes observing wildlife: moose, elk, snakes and other creatures big and small.
His favorite wildlife? His three remarkable kids. In Glenn’s world, life is best when his children are full of joy.
BA Psychology — University of Pittsburgh
Master of Healthcare Administration — George Washington University