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
Chief Executive Officer
Wyche T. Green, III (“Tee”) is the CEO of Greenway Medical Technologies, where he has served in leadership roles since its founding in 1998.
With a mission to improve population health through creation of a smarter, sustainable healthcare system, under Mr. Green’s leadership the company has become a recognized industry leader. Greenway Medical Technologies has received 13 “Best of KLAS” independent awards for customer satisfaction, product ease of use and functionality, in addition to recognitions from Black Book Rankings, the State of Georgia and Inc. 500. The company has also received four patents for innovation from the U.S. Patents & Trademarks Office, and has many other submissions underway.
During Mr. Green’s tenure as President and CEO, the company has been named one of the Atlanta Business Chronicle Best Places to Work. Greenway became a publicly traded company in February 2012, trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol GWAY. It became a privately held firm under the ownership of Vista Equity Partners in November 2013.
A knowledgeable authority on healthcare reform, Mr. Green has been 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 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, and the College of Business Advisory Council.
Mr. Green graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Matthew J. Hawkins
Matthew J. Hawkins is the President of Greenway Medical Technologies, bringing more than 16 years of technology experience to this role.
Prior to joining Greenway, Mr. Hawkins was the Chief Executive Officer of Vitera Healthcare Solutions. Vitera provided clinical and financial solutions to more than 415,000 medical professionals and 85,000 physicians before being combined with Greenway in November 2013.
Before working at Vitera, Mr. Hawkins was CEO of SirsiDynix, a global software company that brings the power of knowledge and information to nearly 150 million users affiliated with more than 23,000 library facilities in 70 countries. He previously served as Chief Operating Officer at SirsiDynix, where he helped transform the sales and operations of the business to better serve its customers. He is a member of SirsiDynix’s Board of Directors.
Prior to SirsiDynix, Mr. Hawkins was Vice President and General Manager of Henry Schein Practice Solutions, a provider of healthcare software, revenue cycle management, electronic claims aggregation and value-added services to more than 65,000 oral health practices. Before joining Henry Schein, Mr. Hawkins served as a strategy consultant for McKinsey & Company in Dallas, TX. He began his career at Electronic Data Systems (EDS).
Mr. Hawkins received his MBA from Harvard Business School and his Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University.
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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.
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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