Glen Willock is a leadership development coach, Health Information Technology (HIT) systems project manager, and a passionate advocate for Healthcare Policies that protect disadvantaged, underserved, and at-risk populations in the U.S. He has worked as a Project Manager, Technology Consultant, Unix Systems Administrator, Lucent (AT&T) Definity PBX Certified Administrator, Microsoft Datacenter Server 2012 Administrator-Computer/Telephony Systems Engineer (server/cloud) Systems, Polycom Videoconferencing Certified Administrator, Adjunct Professor of Health Administration, and is presently a full-time Assistant Professor in the School of Business Health Administration programs at Roberts Wesleyan College.
Glen's education and credentials include a Bachelor and Master of Science in Health Administration and Health Informatics Administration respectively from Roberts Wesleyan College, graduate advanced certificate in Applied Project Management from Walden University, and an A.S in Liberal Arts(Hons.) and Sciences and an Environmental Sustainability certificate from Monroe Community College. Glen is currently pursuing a Ph.D. program in Public Health Policy at Walden University. Academic memberships in Golden Key International Honor Society, Healthcare Information and Management Society (HIMSS), and Certified Canadian Sales Professional (CSP).
Glen lives in Rochester, NY and is passionately involved in delivering capable and scholarly healthcare leaders as new graduates in Roberts' Health Administration programs, along with healthcare professional development of existing public and private healthcare providers, for both campus-based and online programs.