Greg Greene spent more than 15 years in the finance industry, primarily with Fifth Third Bank.  He spent the first eight years of his career as an International Corporate Banking Officer,  where he worked exclusively with multi-national companies with operations in the United States. In 2005, he became the Affiliate Head of Business Banking for Fifth Third Bank in Northern Kentucky and soon thereafter the Business Banking Market Manager for Northern Kentucky and Western Cincinnati.  In this capacity,  he was responsible business loan portfolio in excess of 1,000 clients and more than $200 million in loans and $230 million in deposits.  In this position, he set strategic direction, oversaw all loan decisions, set  marketing direction, and managed a sales force of more than 10 lenders and 48 branches.

In August of 2011, Greg Greene left Fifth Third to join Strategic Advisers as a partner. He is the firm’s Chief Financial Officer and a member of the executive committee. At the firm, he works in the area of business consulting, public relations and public education, political consulting, and video and audio productions.

Greg Greene is involved and passionate about his community. His current and past involvement includes serving on the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; Vice Chair of Business Advocacy for the Northern Kentucky Chamber; 2008 Graduate of Leadership Kentucky; 2006 Graduate of Leadership Northern Kentucky; President of the Northern Kentucky International Trade Association; Treasurer and Board Member of the Welcome House of Northern Kentucky; United Way representative for Fifth Third Bank; Governor’s Council on International Education for State of Kentucky; World Affairs Council, Japanese America Society; International Friends and Visitors Council; Small Business Development Committee; guest lecturer at Northern Kentucky University and Thomas More College and several other endeavors.

Greene is a graduate of The Ohio State University. He lives with his wife and family in Taylor Mill, Ky.