Northwoods League adds Greg Goodwin to Front Office

Northwoods League Logo wo WordmarkPRESS RELEASE – The Northwoods League announced today the hire of Greg Goodwin as Vice President, Technology Development. Greg is familiar with the league having served as a consultant on various technology projects since 2010. He brings 20+ years of experience with a focus on enterprise application development across several different industries.

Northwoods League Greg GoodwinPrior to joining the Northwoods League, Greg was a Solution Architect and Delivery Lead at Accenture for 4 years, concentrating on large global clients in health care as well as retail and life sciences. He had spent the prior 4 years working for several startups and small businesses including Director of Development Services for WebiMax and Chief Technology Officer for NeuraMetrics.

Greg spent the majority of his early career as a Group Development Manager at Citigroup, building global Human Resources applications for 17 years that supported compensation, learning management, talent management, performance management, and staffing.

“We are very pleased that Greg has joined the Northwoods League team,” said Northwoods League President Gary Hoover. “Greg has a unique combination of tech-savvy and business maturity. His expertise comes at the perfect moment as we grow our technologies in order be the best developmental baseball league in the world.”

Greg earned a BS in Neurobiology and an MS in Exercise Physiology from the University of Florida. When not coding and building solutions, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife Mary Helen and daughters Jenna, Karli and Kelsey in sunny and warm St. Johns, Florida.

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