Whether you’ve been an employee since the beginning or you’ve worked here a month, Kevin Greiner is all about discovering what’s important to people – starting with never forgetting your name. We’re not sure how he does it, but we’re glad he does. At the office Kevin won’t hesitate to chat with you about what you’re up to or the latest tennis highlights – he genuinely cares about every employee. He’s also passionate about strengthening our community. Under Kevin’s leadership, Gas South has committed to giving back 5% of profits to help children in need. He has built a culture of service while also creating exceptional career paths for employees. He wants to make sure Gas South is a place where people want to be, not a place you feel like you have to be. With more than 15 years’ experience in the energy sector, Kevin gained expertise in management roles with Southern Company. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a master’s degree in business administration and a master’s of science in natural resource policy, and earned a bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University. Board work: United Way of Greater Atlanta (chaired the 2012-13 Workplace Campaign), Georgia Chamber, Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, the YMCA of Metro Atlanta (Executive Committee), Atlanta Opera Interesting fact: Kevin speaks German and is fluent in Dekatherms (Gas South’s band where he plays the piano).
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Brandon Black is a Florida native that now calls Atlanta home. He graduated from North Springs Charter High School in Sandy Springs and began his Georgia State University education while in his senior year of high school. Brandon completed his undergraduate degree, BBA in 2015 and graduate studies, MS in Finance in 2016, at Georgia State University (GSU). While attending GSU Brandon was always active in campus life. He was a Resident Advisor (RA), Zumba Instructor, finance society participant, and Vice-President of the Big Brothers Big Sisters campus chapter. GSU is also where he met Genna Brown, his business partner and co-founder in GIVIN. Genna was Brandon’s instructor in his first finance course at GSU. These days Brandon is actively involved with the Greater Atlanta community. Brandon has volunteered for Aid Atlanta, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlanta, as well as the Atlanta Community Food Bank. He is also involved with his Southeast Atlanta Home Owners Association in an advisory capacity. He also works with Atlanta’s Neighborhood Planning Unit (NPU). Brandon sees GIVIN as a way to expand his volunteer activities and support numerous non-profits. In his free time, Brandon enjoys rollerblading, Zumba, and laughter. Genna Brown is an Atlanta native that has worked and taught finance for over twenty years in Atlanta and Miami, FL. Genna is a registered investment advisor, and manages wealth for a small number of clients in Georgia and Florida. She is a Senior Lecturer at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business. Genna teaches investment valuation, corporate finance and portfolio management. Genna met Brandon Black, GIVN’s co-founder when he was a student in a finance course Genna taught. Genna recognized his determination and drive to succeed that first semester. Several years later Brandon happened to drop by her office one afternoon and expressed frustration at the 9 – 5 corporate world. He said, “I wish I had ‘a big idea.’ I could run a business, but I need the idea.” Genna was ready with GIVN –Charity Simplified. That afternoon they began the collaboration that is the non-profit Black and Brown Corp., Inc. Genna received degrees from the University of Georgia (BBA) and University of Miami (MBA). She is the past president of Miami Society of Financial Analysts, and is involved in Atlanta Economics Club, ABDIACG (a financial services association), as well as the Southeastern Hedge Fund Association. Over the years Genna has assisted several nonprofits, either financially and/or through volunteer services. Atlanta Humane Society, American Red Cross, Center for the Visually Impaired, READ (Adult Literacy), her church, college sorority alumnae association, political party and others have been beneficiaries of her efforts. She lives in South Buckhead with her dog, Trez.
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Joshua Silver co-founded Patientco after seeing an opportunity to take his expertise in consumer-centric product design to the industry that needed it most. Today, as Chief Solutions Officer, Joshua helps craft Patientco’s technology strategy, set product direction, and works with key accounts. Prior to Patientco, Joshua was a member of the International Product Development team at CareerBuilder.com, specializing in product integration with major partners such as Virgin Media, AOL, and Lycos. Joshua holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he graduated with Highest Honors and was the recipient of the prestigious President’s Scholarship Award. Joshua has been recognized as a rising healthcare IT leader by Becker’s Health IT & CIO Review as well as named “CIO of the Year” by the Georgia CIO Leadership Association (GCLA).
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