Ginger Glenn graduated from LMU in 2003 with a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. During her time at LMU, Ginger was active in campus life acting as the Kappa Pi Omega sorority president, the resident director of Liles Hall, an LMU student leader, a Tagge Center tutor and a mentor in the LMU Upward Bound program.
A native of Virginia, Ginger returned there to attend graduate school at The College of William and Mary where she received her Master of Business Administration with a specialty in marketing in 2005. Post graduation, Ginger accepted a position as a financial analyst with Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corp. in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. At Krispy Kreme, Ginger facilitated the relationship between the financial analysis and marketing groups, and was able to help improve the analysis and decision making processes of the company’s executive management. Additionally, she was the primary analyst for new wholesale and retail product launches including shaped doughnuts, whole wheat doughnuts, snack packs and Krispy Kreme ice cream. In mid-2008, Ginger left Krispy Kreme to take a position at BB&T’s headquarters, also in Winston-Salem. She is currently working as an internal reporting analyst at the southeastern bank.
Ginger became the current president of the LMU National Alumni Association in October 2008 after serving on the Alumni Board since 2006.