Browning, R. Gregory

Greg Browning is the president of Capital Partners, a Columbus, Ohio-based consulting firm specializing in public policy and management strategy. From 1991 to 1998, Browning was Director of the Ohio Office of Budget and Management during the two terms of then-Ohio Gov. George Voinovich, for whom the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs is named. In this cabinet position, Browning was Ohio’s chief financial officer.

During this period, he provided advice on health care, education, tax and fiscal policy and major systems reforms.

Browning has served as a gubernatorial appointee to the Governor's Commission on Student Success, the Ohio Commission to Reform Medicaid, and the State Medical Board of Ohio. In conjunction with his Professional Fellow position with the Voinovich School, Browning has been a member of its Strategic Partners Group. He is a past member and chairman of the Ohio University Board of Trustees.

Browning is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Distinguished Service Award from the National Governors Association, the Timothy I. Murphy Excellence in Government Award from the Ohio Government Finance Officers Association and the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Ohio University Department of Political Science.

Browning holds a bachelor's degree from Ohio University, where he studied history and philosophy, and a doctorate in education from The Ohio State University.