Board of Directors
W. Thomas Green, Jr.
Chairman of the Board and Founder
W. Thomas “Tommy” Green is the founder of Greenway Medical Technologies and has served as Greenway’s Chairman since the company’s inception in 1998. From 1998 until 2010, he also served as the company’s Chief Executive Officer.
Leveraging experience from several successful business ventures, Mr. Green was directly responsible for organizing interest in and action from a group of healthcare professionals to create Greenway Medical Technologies.
Mr. Green has owned, operated and sold several companies, including an automotive parts retail business and Greenway Corporation, Inc., a financial software firm. Greenway Corporation was sold in 1998 to The BISYS Group, Inc. (NYSE: BSG).
Mr. Green holds several corporate and community leadership positions. He is the Past Chairman of First National Bank of Georgia, WGNB Corporation and the Tanner Medical Foundation locally. He also formerly served as a board member and Executive Committee member of the State University of West Georgia Foundation and the College of Business Advisory Council.
Mr. Green was named 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce in early 2013.
He received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Georgia.
Wyche T. Green, III
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Wyche T. Green, III (“Tee”) is the President and CEO of Greenway Medical Technologies, where he has served in leadership roles since its founding in 1998. Mr. Green started his career in bank operations in 1994. He joined his father in the launch of the banking technology company, Greenway Corporation, which was later sold to The BISYS Group, Inc.
Mr. Green served as the Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for The BISYS Group until his return to the newly founded Greenway Medical Technologies, which was started as part of the first Greenway organization.
Under his leadership with a mission to improve healthcare delivery through a smarter system, Greenway has become a recognized industry leader, receiving 13 “Best of KLAS” awards as determined by KLAS Enterprises LLC, the industry’s leading independent research firm, as well as rankings and recognitions from Black Book Rankings, Atlanta Business Chronicle, the State of Georgia, Inc. 500, and Healthcare Informatics. Greenway completed a successful IPO at the NYSE on Feb. 2, 2012.
The company is active in a number of federal and regional initiatives to improve the quality and cost-effectiveness of coordinated, accountable care and continues to strive towards innovation, citing two registered patents for forward-thinking solutions in healthcare. Additionally, Mr. Green has contributed to the cause of healthcare reform through his expertise in the field. A knowledgeable authority, he has acted as a contributing author on multiple scholarly articles in addition to authoring a chapter of the 2010 sequel to the award-winning book, Paper Kills.
Mr. Green fosters a corporate culture that stresses social responsibility. The Greenway Community Foundation supports the Carroll County chapter of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta and has provided ongoing funding, on-site mentoring, and internships toward employment for the nearly 200 youth the local club supports, in addition to the annual “Do Right Scholarship” that aids a senior member of the Boys & Girls Clubs chapter who has shown academic merit, leadership in the community, involvement with extracurricular activities, community service and financial need.
Mr. Green is a member of the Auburn Alumni Association (Life) and has served on the Board of Directors for R.W. Allen & Associates, Inc., the Community Foundation of West Georgia, the West Georgia Habitat for Humanity and the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Greenway Medical Technologies, the Auburn University Research Advisory Board and the College of Business Advisory Council.
Mr. Green graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Robert Z. Hensley
Robert Z. “Bob” Hensley joined the Greenway Board of Directors in October 2011. Mr. Hensley was with Arthur Andersen LLP from 1981-2002 serving public and privately held companies in a number of industries, including healthcare. He served as an Audit Partner at Arthur Andersen from 1990-2002, and was the Managing Partner of the Nashville office from 1997 to July 2002. From July 2002 to September 2003, he was an Audit Partner at Ernst & Young LLP in Nashville.
Mr. Hensley serves as a Director of Advocat, Inc., a provider of long-term care services to nursing home patients; Capella Healthcare, Inc., a provider of acute care hospital services; Insight Global, Inc., a provider of information technology staffing services; and Document Technologies, Inc., a provider of document retention and discovery services. He is also a Senior Advisor to Alvarez and Marsal LLC’s Transaction Advisory Group.
Mr. Hensley served as a Director HealthSpring, Inc., a Medicare Advantage organization, until its sale to Cigna; COMSYS IT Partners, Inc., an information technology services company, until its sale to Manpower; and Spheris, Inc., a provider of medical transcription services, until its sale to MedQuist, both in 2010.
Mr. Hensley is also on the Board of Directors of the Nashville Capital Network, a non-profit entity that supports entrepreneurial technology-related organizations, and The Music City Bowl, a non-profit entity that supports Nashville’s annual college bowl game. He is the founder of a private publishing company and the principal owner of two real estate and rental property development companies in Destin, FL.
He is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Master of Accountancy degree and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Tennessee.
D. Neal Morrison
D. Neal Morrison has been a Director of the company since October 2006. He is currently a Senior Advisor of Pamlico Capital (formerly Wachovia Capital Partners and previously First Union Capital Partners), where he served as a Partner from 1996 through 2011. Mr. Morrison has focused his investing activities in the healthcare industry since joining Pamlico Capital in 1996.
Prior to joining First Union Capital Partners, Mr. Morrison served as a Director of First Union’s Healthcare Finance Group from 1987-96. Other Director positions have included US Radiosurgery LLC (2003-11), American Renal Holdings, Inc. (2004-10), A4 Health Systems, Inc. (1999-2005), excelleRx, Inc. (2003-05), and Acist Medical Systems, Inc. (2000-01).
Mr. Morrison received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1984 and his graduate degree from the Babcock Graduate School of Management at Wake Forest University in 1987.
Thomas T. Richards
Thomas T. “Tom” Richards has served as a Director of Greenway Medical Technologies since its formation in 1998. Since 1996, he has been President and owner of Richards Mortgage Servicing, Inc., a financial service company that owns and services single-family mortgages.
Mr. Richards joined Greenway Corporation in December 1994 as Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer, holding those positions through July 1996. He was a Director of the corporation from December 1994 until its dissolution in September 1998. Today, in addition to the Greenway board, Mr. Richards also serves on the board of Tanner Medical Foundation.
He is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology and Harvard Business School.
Walter Turek has been a Director of the company since January 2005. Prior to his retirement in June 2009, Mr. Turek was Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Paychex, Inc. (“Paychex”), a national provider of payroll and human resource services.
Mr. Turek was named to this position in 2002 and oversaw the company’s sales force of approximately 3,000 people. In addition, Mr. Turek oversaw the company’s international efforts. Prior to his retirement in June 2009, Mr. Turek served as president of Stromberg, a provider of time and attendance solutions, and president of Rapid Payroll, Inc., a California-based payroll software company. Both companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of Paychex.
Mr. Turek serves on the board of directors of BlueTie.com, Mykonos Software and Adventive, all of which are private companies. Mr. Turek holds an associate’s degree in business from Monroe Community College.
Noah Walley has been a Director of the company since May 2004. Since April 2003, Mr. Walley has served as Head of North American Technology Investing for Investor Growth Capital, Inc., a venture capital firm.
Prior to his tenure at Investor Growth Capital, Mr. Walley served as a General Partner with Morgan Stanley Venture Partners. Before joining Morgan Stanley, he worked for the venture capital firms of Bachow & Associates and Desai Capital Management, as well as the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company.
In the course of his career as a venture capitalist, Mr. Walley has served on more than 25 private company boards. His current board seats include one other public company — Tangoe, Inc., a provider of communications lifecycle management software and services.
He holds a Juris Doctorate from Stanford Law School and earned Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts degrees from Oxford University.