Carol Glock, M.Ed.
Coordinator of Physical Education & Wellness Programs
Carol Glock, M.Ed. is a graduate of Carlow University in psychology and education and obtained her master’s degree in Health Education from the Pennsylvania State University. She conducts various hospital, community health, sports and wellness education classes. Carol is the Academic Program Coordinator for the Wellness and Physical Education Department at Washington and Jefferson College where she teaches mental training for sports and life.
Carol was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer in June of 2013. Her treatment took place at Allegheny General Hospital where she participated in a clinical trial, along with receiving chemotherapy, radiation and had a left breast mastectomy. Due to the great care given to her by the oncology team at Allegheny Health Network, she was motivated to start a nonprofit.
Carol is founder and president of the Glock Foundation. The mission of the Glock Foundation is to raise funds to support breast cancer research, clinical trials, education and patient care. Currently Carol conducts lectures on breast cancer and clinical trials along with supporting patients through their breast cancer journey. Recently, Carol attended the National Breast Cancer Coalition Project LEAD Institute which is an innovative science program for Breast Cancer Activists.
Carol received the Woman of Courage Award 2019 in Pittsburgh from the Pink Pamper for all her work with men and women on breast cancer clinical trials.