Greg SankerJuly 1, 2020
Greg is the CEO at The Skin Center. Previously, Greg worked as the CFO of Soft-Lite, an approximately $80 million window and patio door manufacturer based in Streetsboro, OH. Prior to Soft-Lite, Greg worked in the investment banking department at KeyBanc Capital Markets in Cleveland, OH where he advised Soft-Lite on its sale to Harvey Building Products.
Prior to KeyBanc, Greg completed his MBA at University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business in Ann Arbor, MI. At Michigan, Greg founded and was Co-President of the Private Equity Club, a roughly 100- student organization of primarily undergraduate and graduate business school students.
Prior to business school, Greg worked at the River Cities Deaconess Healthcare Fund, L.P. in Cincinnati, OH. River Cities Deaconess (RCD) was a partnership between River Cities Capital Funds, a healthcare and IT growth equity fund with over $500 million in assets under management, and Deaconess Associations, a healthcare holding company. RCD sought to make control equity investments in lower middle market healthcare services businesses and maintained $100 million of capital under management. Greg primarily worked with a Director in the sourcing, evaluation, and execution of control equity investments. When Greg was not working on efforts related to the partnership, he also assisted in sourcing, evaluating, and executing healthcare and IT growth equity investments as well as portfolio development.
Prior to River Cities, Greg worked in middle market investment banking and was COO of a venture- backed technology business, all located in New York City. Greg completed his undergraduate degree at New York University where he received a BA with honors, cum laude, in Economics. Greg is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA).