Glen Snow earned a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Ball State University. From 1972 to 1984, Glen worked at Floyd Central High School establishing a model for the high school athletic training work setting. As a result, Glen was honored by being named the National High School Athletic Trainer of the Year in 1979, 1980 and 1981. Glen continued to advance the athletic training profession through his product development and association with Active Ankle, a company he served as Vice President from 1989 – 2000 and President from 2000 - 2008. He has co-authored four cookbooks (Plate-O-Pair, Tailgatin’ and Grill’n, Plate-O-Pair Vol. II and Slow Cooking) that have been published with the proceeds benefiting various charities including $3,000 to aid the athletic trainers who were victims of the Hurricane Katrina disaster in 2005. Glen has served on many national educational and healthcare committees. He also has served as Vice President of GLATA (1982 – 84) and has served as master of ceremonies for most all of the annual IATA Awards banquets since 1996.