Means featured in Forbes Magazine article
Morehead State University alumnus Glenn L. Means was featured in Forbes Magazine for the Health for America fellowship that he took part in this summer.
Health for America in partnership with mHealth for the underserved, a collaboration between One Economy Corporation, Children’s National Medical Center, Amplify Public Affairs and its Health in Place (HIP) Advisory Board, and XLerate Health announced a summer program to incubate, test, and launch applications specifically focused on childhood asthma in low-income communities in Washington, D.C., and Louisville.
Means graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in public administration.
He is the son of Glenn and Shelia Means of Mt. Sterling.
While at MSU, Means served as president of the Student Government Association, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, and Order of Omega. He also received numerous honors, and awards on campus and nationally including the Thomas Sayre Award for philanthropy work through his fraternity, Greek Man of the Year, Student of the Year for Morehead State University and Homecoming King.
In August 2013, Means was appointed by Gov. Steve Beshear to the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, which oversees higher education in the state.
Click here to view the Forbes Magazine article.