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Alan Scantland ’74

Alan -ScantlandAlan Scantland ’74 earned a B.A. in Biology from Earlham College and an M.S. in Agricultural Economics from The Ohio State University. Alan helped launch CoverMyMeds ( in late 2008 with his son Matt. CoverMyMeds has grown quickly, and was named to the Inc 500 in three consecutive years. CoverMyMeds has ranked nationally #8 fastest-growing firm in healthcare. Alan now is chairman of the board of directors, and also serves as a senior advisor to the executive team. Alan has helped take two other firms to the Inc 500. Winning the Inc. 500’s #1 slot with MemberHealth in 2007, the three-year growth rate exceeded 20,000 percent, increasing from $55MM to $1.3B between 2007 and 2011, respectively. Earlier in his career, Alan held leadership positions with Into Great (venture capital), Express-Med (medical supplies distribution), and Battelle (management consulting) — where he was responsible for optimizing growth strategy, scalability, international corporate development, executive hiring and c-level coaching. He volunteers significant time to mentoring start-up companies in the areas of strategy development, growth management and communications effectiveness. Alan and Peggy live in Hilliard, Ohio. They have three children and five grandchildren. Alan joined the Board of Trustees in 2015.

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