Lori Glover has been instrumental in legislative efforts for the Minnesota Athletic Trainers' Association. She was part of the committee that successfully lobbied the Athletic Trainers' Practice Act, signed into law in 1993. She has served on the MATA Legislative/Reimbursement Committee for 20 years, and Chairperson for 10 years. After passage of the law, Lori served 10 years as a member of the Athletic Trainers' Advisory Council for the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice, part as chairperson. She served as President-Elect and President for the Minnesota Athletic Trainers Association. Lori is a permanent member of the Minnesota State High School League Sports Medicine Advisory Committee. Lori earned her Bachelor's Degree from Mankato State University in 1981. Lori received a post-graduate scholarship from the Great Lakes Athletic Trainers' Association and attended Indiana State University where she earned a Master's degree with a specialization in Sports Medicine. She also earned a MHA from the University of St. Francis, Joliet, IL. In 1998, Lori was named the Institute of Athletic Medicine (IAM) Community Sports Medicine Director. She later added Director of Minnesota Sports Medicine and Administrator for the Physical Therapy Sports Residency Program, Research and Education in 2006. Pror to this role, Lori was the Athletic Trainer Supervisor for the IAM and has provided athletic training services at Park Center High School. She was the Head Athletic Trainer at Rochester Community College from 1985-1987. Lori was a contributing author for the book Sports Medicine for Young Athletes. Lori has received the National Service Award from the National Athletic Trainers' Association, Special Recognition Award for her work with the Minnesota Athletic Trainers' Act from the MATA and the Athletic Trainer Recognition Award. Lori has also volunteered for many organizations, notably US Figure Skating, World Women's Hockey Championships, USA Cup and Special Olympics.