Catching up with Greg Lowe
Greg Lowe is a very busy man these days. But, he’s never too busy to take time out for a quick interview to let his alma mater know how he’s been doing since graduating from Huntington High School in June 2002.
Mr. Lowe, who played a key role with the Blue Devil varsity tennis team, went on to graduate from James Madison University in Virginia, majoring in business with a concentration in health care. After earning his bachelor’s degree in 2006, he moved back to New York and landed a position as a financial analyst with GNYHA Ventures, Inc., a wholly owned, for-profit subsidiary of the Greater New York Hospital Association.
According to its website, “GNYHA Services is a company dedicated to providing health care solutions for its hospital members. In addition to offering a robust group purchasing program, GNYHA Services also offers in-field customer service and value analysis, operational efficiency, utilization, and clinical educational services among many member benefits. Currently, GNYHA Services serves more than 250 member hospitals in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Puerto Rico. GNYHA Services, along with its national partner, Premier, Inc., offers an extensive variety of valuable, cost-effective products and member benefits through the GNYHA Services/Premier Purchasing Program.”
Mr. Lowe is currently working under the corporate roof of Nexera Consulting, a subsidiary of GNYHA Ventures, as a consultant based at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, focusing on finance and supply chain personnel.
At Huntington High School, Mr. Lowe was an affable fellow with a good sense of humor and a tight-knit group of friends. He earned high grades and was inducted into the school’s Nathan Hale chapter of the National Honor Society. His skilled play for Huntington’s tennis team helped the Blue Devils win the 2002 Suffolk team title.
Mr. Lowe has been living on New York City’s Upper East Side for more than two years and plans to remain in Manhattan for the foreseeable future as he prepares to attend business school in pursuit of an MBA. In the meantime he continues “strengthening” his resume and studying for the grad school admissions test.
“I still keep in touch and hang out with many friends from Huntington High School and around town and visit my parents in Huntington when I can,” Mr. Lowe said.