Human Capital Team
Mission: Formally codify our brand culture. Maintain values and customer-centric mindset to ensure Greenway’s values remain core to an expanding and distributed workforce.
Wyche T. Green, III
President and Chief Executive Officer
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 initial public offering 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 drives Greenway’s commitment to employee satisfaction, leading to the company’s ranking as one of the Atlanta Business Chronicle 2011 Best Places to Work. This focus on satisfaction is reflected in Greenway’s core values: service, innovation, leadership and partnership. These principles serve as a guide for and reflection of the steadfast commitment from Greenway and Mr. Green to always do the right thing for their customers, partners and employees.
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.
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Greg Schulenburg joined Greenway Medical Technologies in March 1999 as Vice President of Development and was promoted to Executive Vice President and COO in May 2004. Mr. Schulenburg oversees and manages the day-to-day operations of Greenway.
Prior to joining Greenway, Mr. Schulenburg worked at NationsBank in Atlanta, Georgia, and Charlotte, North Carolina, where he managed testing and development teams for the Nationwide Platform Development Project. He also managed the Support and Projects Development group for National Support. Mr. Schulenburg previously managed the Development/System Projects for Prudential Bank in Atlanta.
Mr. Schulenburg received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Georgia.
William (Bill) Esslinger, Jr.
Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Bill Esslinger joined Greenway in spring 2000. As the company’s Chief Legal Officer, he oversees all activities related to compliance with federal and state laws pertaining to Greenway operating as a publicly traded company, as well as those relating to patient health information, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Prior to joining Greenway, Mr. Esslinger was in private practice, where his primary focus was on commercial litigation and mass toxic tort/products liability litigation.
He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, as well as the Association of Corporate Counsel and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Among his community involvement, Mr. Esslinger is a member of the Board of Trustees of the State University of West Georgia Foundation, and is a Trustee and former Chairman of the Finance Committee of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Carrollton.
Mr. Esslinger earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from the State University of West Georgia and his juris doctorate from the Georgia State University College of Law.
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W. Thomas Green Jr.
Chairman of the Board and Founder
Tommy Green is the founder of Greenway Medical Technologies and has served as Greenway’s Chairman since the company’s inception in 1998.
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. Mr. Green led this group in development of ambulatory solutions that improve the delivery of healthcare for the consumer, the provider and the payer.
Mr. Green has owned, operated and sold several companies, including an automotive parts retailer 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 and WGNB Corporation in Carrollton, Georgia. He is also past chairman of the Tanner Medical Foundation. He also formerly served as a board member and executive committee member of the State University of West Georgia Foundation.
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.
Vice President, Human Resources
Wendy Lucio joined Greenway Medical Technologies in 2001, and has more than 15 years of experience in human resources, customer service and administration. She is responsible for managing all recruitment, compensation and talent management and retention for Greenway.
Prior to Greenway, Ms. Lucio worked for Southwire Company, the world’s largest privately held wire and cable manufacturer, where she was responsible for all professional staffing.
Mrs. Lucio graduated magna cum laude in political science and Spanish and holds post-graduate certifications in education.
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