GreenCourt’s leadership team represents financial stability, business acumen, technology expertise and in-depth experience with the justice system, especially in the state of Georgia.
[GC_column size=”1/2″ center=”no” class=””]Board of Directors:
Tommy Green, Chair
Tommy Vance, Vice Chair
Sam Snider, Secretary
[GC_column size=”1/2″ center=”no” class=””]Management Team:
Andy Johnson, CEO
Ryan Roenigk, President & COO
Jay Bland, EVP
Anna Shawver, EVP
Tommy Green serves as the Chairman of GreenCourt’s Board of Directors. He is one of the company’s founders. Tommy has been employed by or responsible for managing small-to-medium-sized businesses for his entire professional life, so he knows what it means to honor a commitment and look the decision-maker in the eye.
Tommy was the founder of Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: GWAY) and served as Greenway’s Chairman since the company’s inception in 1998 through 2013, when he retired from Greenway following a successful $644 million acquisition by Vista Equity Partners. Immediately following the acquisition, Greenway was merged with Vitera Healthcare Solutions and Success EHS, two other Vista portfolio companies, creating a combined company that is the second largest ambulatory healthcare IT company in the world.
Tommy has owned, operated and sold several companies, including an automotive parts retailer and Greenway Corporation, Inc., a financial software firm. Greenway Corporation was sold in 1998 to The BISYS Group, Inc. (NYSE: BSG).
Tommy holds several corporate and community leadership positions. He is the past chairman of First National Bank of Georgia and WGNB Corporation in Carrollton, Georgia. He is also past chairman of the Tanner Medical Foundation. He formerly served as a board member and executive committee member of the State University of West Georgia Foundation. Tommy was named 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce in early 2013.
Tommy received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Georgia.
Tommy Vance serves as a member of GreenCourt’s Board of Directors. He is one of the company’s founders. Tommy has been both a practitioner and a business leader for his entire career, which makes him sensitive to the issues facing lawyers and their firms today.
Tommy is a Partner in the law firm of Tisinger Vance, P.C. where he has led an impressive career since 1971, focusing in Business and Commercial Law, Business Organizations, State, Local and Municipal Law, Family Law, and Health and Healthcare Law. His clients include significant regional businesses as well as municipalities. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia (Corporate, Banking and Health Care Sections) and previously belonged to the Board of Governors (Young Lawyer Section – 1980). He also served on the Budget and Finance Committee of the State Bar of Georgia (1996-2000).
Tommy has also served as a director on boards for multiple businesses over his career, including that of Greenway Corporation and Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc. as well as First National Bank of Georgia. He currently serves on the Advisory Board for Novare Group, LLC.
Prior to practicing law, Tommy was a military police captain for the U.S. Army Reserves. He is actively involved in many charitable and civic organizations. Tommy was awarded the Volunteer of the Year award from the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce in 1997.
Tommy received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from the University of Georgia and a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Georgia School of Law.
Sam Snider serves as a member of GreenCourt’s Board of Directors. Sam brings substantial legal industry and data interchange experience to GreenCourt.
Sam is the former General Counsel of Greenway Health, the second largest ambulatory healthcare IT company in the world. He was General Counsel of Vitera Healthcare Solutions prior to the creation of Greenway Health through the merger of Greenway Medical Technologies, Vitera Healthcare Solutions and SuccessEHS.
Prior to joining Greenway Health, Sam served as Vice President and Lead Acquisition Counsel for the LexisNexis division of Reed Elsevier where he was the legal department liaison to the company’s U.S. Legal Markets business, which included all law firm and court-related solutions, supported the strategy and business development teams and led deal teams on acquisitions totaling over $5 billion. Mr. Snider began his career as a corporate attorney at Paul Hastings, LLP in Atlanta, where he focused on M&A, technology and complex commercial transactions.
Sam is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, as well as the Association of Corporate Counsel and the International Association of Privacy Professionals. He earned his Bachelor of the Arts degree in Philosophy and Political Science from Vanderbilt University and his Juris Doctorate degree from New York University School of Law.
Tee Green serves as a member of GreenCourt’s Board of Directors. Tee contributes strategic management and operations expertise to the company.
Tee is the former Executive Chairman and CEO of Greenway Health, where he served in leadership roles since its founding in 1998. Greenway Health’s solutions are deployed at nearly 10,000 medical groups, clinics and enterprises across the U.S., where they’re used by more than 75,000 clinical professionals. A knowledgeable authority on healthcare reform, Tee 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.
During his tenure at Greenway, Tee was involved in a total of six separate rounds of capital-raising activities, including to two separate private equity partners, raising a total of $87.5 million. In February 2012, Greenway completed an initial public offering, raising proceeds of $77 million. Tee led Greenway through a go-private transaction with Vista Equity Partners with an all cash transaction of $644 million.
Tee has started several companies across a wide array of business areas including transportation, hotel development, venture investing, agriculture/farming, music and entertainment. He graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.
Andy Johnson serves as a member of GreenCourt’s Board of Directors and as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. He is one of the company’s founders. Andy is responsible for company strategy, administration, capital structure, financial controls and treasury management.
Prior to joining GreenCourt, Andy was the Assistant Vice President of Business Development at Systems & Methods, Inc., an industry leader that provides financial and document management solutions to government agencies nationwide. His team was responsible for identifying, evaluating and pursuing business opportunities. Andy was instrumental in establishing strategic partnerships with financial institutions, subcontractors and suppliers across the US, and he led the execution of all revenue-cost forecasting, price-strategy development and risk analysis for the company.
Andy believes in giving back to his community. He actively serves on the board of directors of the Metro Atlanta Boys & Girls Club, Alice’s House Children’s Home, Communities in Schools of Carroll County and the Chris Hammond Youth Foundation. He is an affiliate member of the Carrollton Dawnbreaker’s Rotary Club and he and his family are active members at Southern Hills Christian Church. Andy earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of West Georgia.
Ryan Roenigk serves as a member of GreenCourt’s Board of Directors and is the company’s President and Chief Operating Officer. He is one of the company’s founders. Ryan guides the company’s customer service, product development and engineering leaders. He also enjoys giving a voice to the PeachCourt brand.
Prior to GreenCourt, Ryan was President & CEO of Roenigk Digital Craft, a software development firm he established in 2003. Roenigk Digital Craft served clients such as Delta Air Cargo, JP Morgan Chase, The Home Depot, Turner Broadcasting and several state and federal government agencies. Previously, he worked in client services roles for Atlanta-based iXL, Inc. and Arthur Andersen Business Consulting.
Ryan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Richmond. He invests his outside-of-work time with his family, St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church and several programs designed to increase technical literacy among K-12 students.
Jay Bland serves as an Executive Vice President and is a member of the company’s management team. He is responsible for developing new business opportunities that not only benefit the company, but also serve the needs of the Bar, the courts and governmental agencies.
Jay is heavily involved with policy and legislative affairs. As Georgia moves toward statewide mandatory civil eFiling, he provides long-term strategy and practical guidance at the local and state levels.
Jay is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the State Bar’s Young Lawyer’s Division and of a variety of circuit and county bar associations. He earned a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Economics (cum laude) from Auburn University, a Juris Doctorate degree from Cumberland School of Law and a Masters of Business Administration Degree from Samford University. He volunteers with the Truancy Intervention Project of Georgia.
Anna Shawver serves as an Executive Vice President and is a member of the company’s management team. She leads our team of experts to keep clerks and customers (attorneys, legal professionals and the general public) happy through a combination of clear communication, training, support and – most importantly – compassion.
Prior to joining GreenCourt, Anna worked for the Clerk of the Superior and Juvenile Courts of Heard County for nine (9) years. She was at various times responsible for criminal cases, civil cases and real estate transactions.
Anna holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of West Georgia’s Richards College of Business. She is a long-time volunteer with Living Water for Roatan, a project to provide clean water to communities in Roatan, Honduras. She is also a mentor and Life Group leader for many middle and high school students.