A mission-driven and results-oriented professional, Greg Schmieg is committed to excellence and success in all endeavors. He has served as a chief executive for more than twenty-five years in both the private and public sector. His experience includes appointment by the Governor as the first executive director of a newly created state agency, the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency, with more than 1,500 state employees and a $200 million budget. He also served as the executive director for the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation, originally founded by President Franklin Roosevelt and internationally known for the treatment of polio, where he was responsible for transforming the organization into the 21st century.
His private sector experience includes serving as the chief executive officer for hospitals in Wisconsin, Texas and Georgia for a Fortune 25 corporation, where he was responsible for the overall day-to-day operations, product line development, and licensure and accreditation. His particular areas of personal interest include transformational leadership and leadership development, stakeholder and partner development, and strategic performance analysis and plan execution. He is a published author on such topics as private-public partnerships and wounded warriors.
Mr. Schmieg is a Vietnam War veteran and recipient of the United States Navy League Award. He has a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Southern Illinois University and is currently finishing his doctorate in rehabilitation from Auburn University.Meet Our Team