Jeremy Glauser Recognized on the Forbes Next 1000

eLuma Founder and CEO recognized for his bold and inspiring approach to leadership in the U.S. education technology sector 

eLuma is proud to announce that Founder and CEO Jeremy Glauser has been recognized as a Forbes Next 1000 honoree. This inaugural list celebrates the ambitious sole proprietors, self-funded shops and pre-revenue startups who are redefining what it means to build and run a business today, especially in the “new normal,” according to Forbes.  

“It’s truly an honor to be recognized among such a stellar group of entrepreneurs and leaders, and I love the opportunity to lead eLuma as the company continues to grow and navigate its way into new areas of mental health counseling and online related services,” said Glauser. “Kids with mental health needs or in special education are often overlooked, misunderstood, and overwhelmed by the chaos of our world. I’m so proud to know that each person in our company shares the belief that we are the advocates for these students and will put all our efforts towards helping them be successful.”

As founder and CEO of eLuma, Jeremy leads with passion, vision, empathy, and thoughtful concern for people. He continually hones in on making sure eLuma has developed the technologies, talent, and business model to align interests around improved outcomes for children, therapists, and schools alike. 

“Education is vital for kids to know that they can take risks, accept themselves for who they are, and get a handle on their fears and anxieties,” said Glauser. “As we look toward the future, we are committed to continually finding ways to serve the special education community, while also making a stronger and more focused effort on mental health services and offerings. With the stigmas around mental health finally eroding, we have the unique opportunity to step in and make a difference. One in five youth suffer from diagnosable emotional, mental, or behavioral disorders, and we know that in order for them to be able to live up to their full potential and become their best selves, they need to have the proper support in school.”

Recognizing the growing support that students will need around mental health, especially as an ongoing result of the pandemic, eLuma continues to expand its mental health offerings. By providing an integrated approach to student mental health and emotional well-being, we can help students overcome the impact of the isolation, interrupted learning, and uncertainty caused by COVID-19.

In addition to Forbes Next 1000, Jeremy was also recognized as a 2020 EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, and a 2021 Utah Business 40 Under 40 honoree.  

You can see the full Forbes Next 1000 list at

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Sierra Thomas

Sierra Thomas

Sierra Thomas is a Marketing Communications Program Manager at eLuma Online Therapy. A lover of all things technology, Sierra enjoys the unique opportunity to advance eLuma’s mission of improving therapeutic outcomes on a social, emotional and mental health level in elementary and secondary school settings through teletherapy options. Prior to joining eLuma, Sierra worked in public relations for a number of technology companies spanning the Education, Healthcare, Financial Services, Enterprise and SaaS landscapes. She received her B.A. from Brigham Young University’s School of Communications with a Public Relations emphasis.