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Greg Kealey is a Nebraskan, growing up in the great community of Holdrege, Nebraska. He studied broadcast journalism and communication during his undergraduate coursework, and received his Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration. He spent most of his early career in the media, working at the Omaha World-Herald newspaper.
He then made the jump into broadcast television news, where he served as an anchor/reporter/producer/photographer, with stops in Wyoming, Texas and his home state of Nebraska.
He received broadcast awards from the Associated Press for having a top rated broadcast (5 p.m. broadcast, which he also co-produced at KHGI Television. He won a spot news reporting award for the tornado coverage he provided while a reporter at KBMT (ABC) Beaumont, Texas.
While in the media he interviewed such legends as Hall of Fame baseball great Tony Gwynn, auto racing mega star Mario Andretti, Olympic Gold Medal winner Carl Lewis and then- Governor George W. Bush (1995).
After transitioning into health care marketing and communications, he earned writing awards for advertorials and health care feature writing. He spent from 1999, to 2013 in health care marketing and communications, where he drove numerous marketing and media relations campaigns.
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