Brian Glahn, Mississippi ’96 was named president of infrastructure and cloud for Anexinet Corporation, a leading provider of digital business transformation solutions. Glahn’s will focus on accelerating the company’s infrastructure, cloud, managed, and automation services growth through mergers and acquisitions as well as via organic activities.
Glahn has more than twenty years of experience—with in the sectors of manufacturing, marketing, distribution, aftermarket service, private equity, financial services, and information technology, and communications. Prior to joining Anexinet, he served as president and CEO of CXTEC (DBA Atlantix Global Systems) and the Atlantix division of Presidio Network Solutions.
Other professional achievements include operating CEO through five successful Private Equity transactions; global business experience in North America, Europe, and Asia; extensive sales, operational and financial experience, including leading business turnarounds; solid achievement record in improving profitability through revenue and margin growth and cost reductions; and wide experience in external negotiations and transactions.
A 1996 graduate from Mississippi with a bachelor of arts in business administration, he served the Mississippi Alpha Chapter as its rush chairman and vice president.
His volunteer activities include coaching youth sports and special needs children. He has a keen interest in the development of youth through team sports. Over the past twelve years he has served as a head coach for Top Hat Girls Soccer Club (fourteen seasons), Buckhead Baseball (twenty-four seasons) including All-Star programs, Northside United Methodist Church girls’ and boys’ basketball (eight seasons), Northside Youth Organization (NYO) football, baseball and basketball (eleven seasons).
He serves the Buddy Baseball program as a head coach. This program serves children of all abilities with a diverse range of special needs, including cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorders and down syndrome as well as children who are verbal and non-verbal just to name a few. Buddy league players are assisted by a selected group of 12-year-olds from the Majors program. Players are children ages 5-18 who, while learning to enjoy America’s favorite pastime, develop their athletic skills, hitting, catching, and running (or driving their wheelchair). For a view into this important work, see this video.
He and his wife Amy have a daughter Caroline and a son William. They are involved at the Westminster School with the Catbackers Club, the Holy Innocent Episcopal School Touch Down Club, the Northside United Methodist Church. When not busy with his civic work, he enjoys golf, fly-fishing and is an avid outdoorsman.