Hospital foundation adds IU Southeast athletic director to board of directors

17th January 2017

By Stephen Utz

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast Director of Athletics Joe Glover has been named to the Board of Directors of the Floyd Memorial Foundation.

“This foundation has done tremendous work throughout our community for many years,” Glover said. “It is a great honor for me to join such an outstanding group of individuals on this board who have a dedicated record of improving the health and healing in Southern Indiana. I am looking forward to getting started and hope that my service can be used to help the foundation continue its impressive philanthropic work in the community that I love.”

Glover’s term on the board will begin in February.

“We are looking forward to having Joe on the Floyd Memorial Foundation Board of Directors to help us grow our mission throughout Southern Indiana,” said Executive Director of the Floyd Memorial Foundation Meredith Lambe. “His community and professional experiences will be a welcomed addition!”

Glover is an involved member of the Southern Indiana community and has served on several volunteer committees for the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana (CFSI) and is currently the Vice President of the Rotary Club of New Albany. Glover has also served on the Board of Directors for Keep New Albany Clean and Green.

“I have been impressed with Joe’s community devotion, forward thinking and interest to do whatever he can to help with a community initiative, not only professionally but personally,” Lambe said. “His enthusiasm is contagious and altruistic.”

Founded in 1978, the Floyd Memorial Foundation is a tax-exempt organization established solely to support the mission and needs of Baptist Health Floyd and its affiliate organizations.

The Foundation acts as a vital link between the hospital’s vision of excellence and its financial capacity to provide the best for the community it serves.

Financial contributions for individuals, organizations, corporations and others are used to promote health and healing through investment in technology, health screenings, medical and nursing scholarships as well as support for the Floyd County Family Health Center.

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