Glen R. Finney, MD was born in Broward County, Florida. He graduated Florida State University with honors in Biological Sciences. At medical school in Temple University he was active in AMSA, rising to Vice-Chair of their House of Delegates. He did his neurology residency at the University of Miami. Dr. Finney attended multiple times the American Academy of Neurology’s Neurology on the Hill educating Congress on neurology. Dr. Finney completed a Behavioral Neurology Fellowship at University of Florida, among the oldest and best world-wide. He was selected for the AAN’s premiere advocacy training, the Palatucci Advocacy Leadership Forum, and returned to PALF as mentor, advisor, and faculty. Dr. Finney joined faculty at University of Florida Department of Neurology and held leadership positions including clerkship director, program director, fellowship co-director, and division chief for behavioral neurology. He has served the AAN as a committee member for Legislative Affairs, Government Relations, and BrainPAC. Dr. Finney also served as advocacy editor at the AAN website. He has served as the State Medical Society representative to the Florida Medical Association Board of Governors, counselor on the State Specialty Society Section, member of the FMA taskforce on Employed Physicians, Committee on the Future member, and Chair of the Council on Medical Education. Dr. Finney joined the Florida Society of Neurology board of directors after fellowship and has held positions as FSN Annual Meeting Program Director, Treasurer, Secretary, FSN Delegate to the FMA, President-Elect, and President of the Florida Society of Neurology. In 2015, Dr. Finney accepted a faculty position with Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania.