T. Michael Glenn is executive vice president of Market Development and Corporate Communications for FedEx Corporation. He is a member of the five-person Executive Committee, responsible for planning and executing the corporation’s strategic business activities.
Glenn also serves as president and chief executive officer of FedEx Corporate Services, responsible for all marketing, sales, customer service and retail operations functions for all FedEx Corporation operating companies including FedEx Office.
Before FedEx Corporation was formed in January 1998, Glenn was senior vice president, Worldwide Marketing, Customer Service and Corporate Communications. In that role, he was responsible for directing all marketing, customer service, employee communications and public relations activities for the world’s largest express transportation company.
Glenn joined FedEx in 1981 and, since 1991, has been the chief architect of the company’s marketing and brand strategy.
A native of Memphis, Tennessee, he earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi and his master’s degree from the University of Memphis. Glenn currently serves on the board of directors for Level 3 Communications and Pentair, Inc. In addition, he serves on the board of directors for Madonna Learning Center, a school for special needs children and adults, and Youth Programs, Inc., the host organization for the FedEx St Jude Classic, benefiting St Jude’s Research Hospital.
Glenn previously served as a member of the University of Mississippi Alumni Association Executive Committee and currently serves on the Athletic Committee. He was inducted into the University of Mississippi Alumni Hall Of Fame in 2008.
Created in 1974, the Hall of Fame honors select alumni who have made an outstanding contribution to their country, state or the University of Mississippi through good deeds, services or contributions that have perpetuated the good name of Ole Miss.
Inductees into the Alumni Hall of Fame for 2016 are: David E. Brevard (BA 78) of Tupelo; James L. Cox, M.D. (63) of Atlanta; Thomas C. Meredith (EDD 71) of Oxford; Thomas J. “Sparky” Reardon (BAEd 72, PhD 00) of Oxford; and Constance Slaughter-Harvey (JD 70) of Forest.
T. Michael Glenn (BBA 77) of Memphis will receive the Alumni Service Award for service to the University and the Alumni Association over an extended period. Patrick Woodyard (BA 10) of Nashville, Tennessee, will receive the Outstanding Young Alumni Award, which recognizes alumni who have shown exemplary leadership throughout their first 15 years of alumni status in both their careers and dedication to Ole Miss.