Anne Glenn Presents at Health Professions Advising Meeting
May 10, 2013
Professor of Chemistry Anne Glenn, president of Health Professions Advisors of North Carolina (HPANC), presented at the Southeastern Association of Advisors for the Health Professions (SAAHP) biennial meeting held in Louisville, Ky., April 4-7.
The talk, entitled “Benefits of a State Pre-Health Advisors Organization,” discussed the history and role of HPANC, North Carolina’s pre-health advising organization. North Carolina is one of the few states with a pre-health advising organization.
HPANC was founded 20 years ago with the goals of facilitating the exchange of ideas among North Carolina advisors as well as dialogue between North Carolina advisors and health-profession schools in North Carolina and neighboring states. Co-presenters were HPANC officers Karthik Agorham (Meredith College), Celeste Crowe (Appalachian State University) and Robert Vick (Elon University).
Anne has held other leadership roles in the health professions advising community, serving as vice president of HPANC from 2009-11 and on the SAAHP Board of Directors from 2009-10.