Mike “Stinger” Glenn
Mike Glenn started the nation's first major summer basketball camp for deaf athletes in 1980.
In 2019, Glenn operated the 40th consecutive year of the camp.
It serves a diverse group of athletes nationwide.
In 2013, Mike Glenn had his debut as an actor playing himself in the award-winning movie, Spirit of Love:
The Mike Glenn Story,
Recipient of numerous awards:
The film won “Best Inspirational Movie of The Year” at the ICM Country Music Association in Nashville Tennessee.
Mike Glenn is the recipient of numerous awards including:
A two time NCAA Academic All-American Basketball Player and the #1 voted Academic All-American Basketball Player in 1977.
Walter P. Kennedy Citizenship Award; NBA Players Association “Spirit of Love”
Award; the Gate City Bar Association Professional Athlete Award; Leadership Atlanta,
Class of 1988-89;
The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Award by the Roberto Goizueto Business School at Emory University, 2001; the Hosea Williams Award for Community Activism by Georgia State University, 2009; and the Operation Lifesaver, Inc. “Champion” award, 2010.
Mike Glenn was elected to the Board of Directors of: The National Basketball Retired Players Association (NBRPA) and was selected to the All-Century team at Southern Illinois University in 2014 as well as the Missouri Valley Conference Hall of Fame in 2015.
Mr. Mike Glenn was awarded The National “Service Above Self Award” in 2015 by the Springfield MA. Rotary Club.
In February 2016, Glenn was inducted in the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame.
Mike Glenn is a television basketball analyst for Fox Sports Southeast.
Mike Glenn is a renowned, -motivational and inspirational speaker.
Mike Glenn’s Latest Book: My Next Shot Goes In!
Ten Sacred Characteristics of NBA Players that Lead to Success