Published on Mon 04/13/20
Young remarked that Hartman is particularly suited for the job, considering his leadership within The Texas A&M University System and his long-time experience in health care. “We are thrilled to welcome Greg on a formal basis to this role,” Young said. “In his short time as interim leader, Greg has contributed substantially to the success of our colleges within the Health Science Center through operational excellence, vision and collaboration. I look forward to his continued work with the provost and deans of these colleges in creative and entrepreneurial partnerships, drawing on his background as a strategic leader.”
“Texas A&M has a culture of getting things done and serving people,” Hartman said. “It’s an honor to have this opportunity to work with innovators, big thinkers and the doers who make up the faculty, staff and students of the Texas A&M Health Science Center. I’m excited about what’s on the horizon for this great organization.”
Hartman has more than 30 years of experience in executive management, health policy, marketing, communications, government relations and philanthropy. He spent 14 years as a healthcare executive, running hospitals and other operations for Seton Healthcare in Austin.
Prior to entering the healthcare field, Hartman held executive positions in government agencies and mid-sized consulting companies including utilities, energy, public and higher education, government, advocacy and non-profits.
By Kelli Reynolds, Texas A&M University Office of Provost Communications