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Alan Scantland ’74

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Alan 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 grew quickly and was named to the Inc 500 in three consecutive years. The company repeatedly earned the Best Place to Work and Grow (Columbus, Ohio) award. Following McKesson’s purchase of CoverMyMeds in 2014, Alan advises the company’s executive team and coaches leadership development. Alan helped take other firms to the Inc 500, including the Inc. 500’s No. 1 slot with MemberHealth in 2007, having increased annual revenues from $55M to $1.3B between 2007 and 2011. Earlier in his career, Alan held leadership positions with IntoGreat (venture capital), Express-Med (medical supplies distribution), and Battelle (technology management consulting). Alan volunteers as an adviser to social investing organizations, and as a coach to start-up companies and their founders, focusing especially on strategy, growth and communications. Alan and his wife Peggy ’74 live in Hilliard, Ohio. They have three children and six grandchildren. Alan joined the Board of Trustees in 2015 and presently is chair of the Property & Finance Committee.



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