| Annie Castor Glenn, Class of 1941
Anna “Annie” Castor Glenn, a 1941 graduate, is a nationally known advocate for children, the elderly and persons with disabilities. She has served as a member of the Advisory Board for the National Center for Survivors of Childhood Abuse and serves on the Advisory board for the National First Ladies’ Library as well as the Advisory Council of the National Institute of Health.
After having spent the first 53 years of her life suffering from a significant speech impairment, Mrs. Glenn successfully completed a 1974 speech therapy program at Hollins College in Roanoke, Virginia, and today is a role model and an inspiration for everyone who wishes to achieve their personal best.
Honors for Mrs. Glenn include receiving the first national award of the American Speech and Hearing Association, an honorary degree from Muskingum College, and the Distinguished Service Award from Muskingum College. In 1999, she was inducted in the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges’ Hall of Excellence.
Along with her husband, John H. Glenn, Jr., Mrs. Glenn serves on the Board of Trustees of Muskingum College where she was honored in 1998 with a special appointment to the faculty as “Distinguished Alumni Fellow in Speech Communication.”