Maya Glenn Accepts the TechPoint Foundation for Youth Bridge Builder Award (DREAM Alive)

INDIANAPOLIS (April 20, 2013) — D.R.E.A.M. Alive Co-founder Maya Glenn accepts the TechPoint Foundation for Youth Bridge Builder Award for significant and lasting contributions in transforming the lives of underserved Indiana students. Glenn and her husband, former Indianapolis Colts Pro-Bowl offensive tackle Tarik Glenn, founded DREAM Alive in 2001.


On April 16, the TechPoint Foundation for Youth announced that former Indianapolis Colts Pro-Bowl offensive tackle Tarik Glenn and his wife Maya, have won the Bridge Builder award. The Glenn’s were chosen for their significant and lasting contributions in transforming the lives of underserved Indiana students through their DREAM Alive organization. DREAM Alive provides after-school programs for youth in grades 7-12 that focuses on community service, leadership development and academic success.

Maya Glenn holds the TechPoint Foundation for Youth Bridge Builder Award with (left to right) Greg Rexing of BKD, Mark Boxberger of PolicyStat and chairman of the TechPoint Foundation for Youth, and TechPoint President and CEO Mike Langellier.


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