Racing heiress Lesa France Kennedy topped the list, followed by Michele Roberts, president of the NBA Players Association, and Christine Driessen, EVP and Chief Financial Officer of ESPN. View the complete list here.
Glenn has been described by Forbes magazine as “…one of the most influential men in college athletics.” He is credited with building DHR International’s Sports Practice, one of the largest and most renowned executive search sports practice groups in the world. For more than 10 years, Glenn has been placing talent in professional sports organizations and for the top academic institutions in the United States and around the world, including senior sports executives and head coaches.
At age 27, Glenn became one of the youngest directors of a major U.S. pro sports team when he was named to the board of directors of the former world champion Chicago Bulls. Prior to the Bulls, he was a Division I college basketball coach.