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Jamie Greenawalt Named Foot Levelers Senior VP of Business Development
ROANOKE, Virginia— Foot Levelers is excited to announce Jamie Greenawalt as the company’s new Senior Vice President of Business Development.
Greenawalt will oversee Foot Levelers customer support, technology, sales, and educational departments. Her priorities include expanding the company’s domestic and global footprint, with a large emphasis on technology development and innovation.
“My goal is to expand Foot Levelers reach to help more people live a pain free and stabilized life at a low cost and high satisfaction. Healthcare providers and their patients are our number one priority, and it’s our responsibility to ensure their expectations are not only being met but exceeded. There has been so much growth within Foot Levelers the past few years and I am elated to continue building on that momentum,” Greenawalt said.
Greenawalt has vast experience in business development. She was in charge of the Foot Levelers International Business division from 2009 to 2012 where she oversaw unprecedented growth by building partnerships with international organizations and strengthening relationships with international healthcare providers. She also led the company’s Education and Research Departments.
“Foot Levelers has been providing custom orthotics for 68 years because of our partnerships with doctors. Foot Levelers can be a major part of a paradigm shift within the mainstream healthcare community where the first course of treatment includes Chiropractic care as a preventative, drug-free, and natural option. In this new future we are building together, I’m excited to grow these partnerships to create a healthier, happier patient who better understands the value of conservative care.”
Living and promoting a healthy lifestyle is at Greenawalt’s core. She worked at the World Bank in Washington D.C. for their food and nutrition security agriculture program, and also with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (UNFAO) in Rome. Her responsibilities took her across the world, including Europe, the Middle East, and South and Southeast Asia. In those areas Greenawalt worked alongside governmental and private sector entities on implementing strategies to grow healthy and sustainable food. Her duties also included empowering and educating female business owners on securing credit and financial stability.
While working across the globe, Greenawalt knew all along she eventually wanted to return to Foot Levelers. Greenawalt is the granddaughter of Chiropractor and Foot Levelers founder Dr. Monte H. Greenawalt. She is looking forward to finding new avenues to promote the benefits of Chiropractic care.
“My professional experience has focused on empowering people to live a healthy lifestyle and building a strong infrastructure, both at the country and individual level,” Greenawalt said. “Foot Levelers is positioned well to increase awareness of safe, first-line treatment options for such conditions as low back pain, knee pain, and plantar fasciitis. And as we know, Chiropractic care is essential in treating these ailments, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and so much more.”
Greenawalt is a graduate of The University of the South (Sewanee) where she earned a degree in Global Studies and Environmental Science. In 2017, Sewanee named Greenawalt a Distinguished Young Alumni. Greenawalt received her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Missouri.
“Jamie has proven herself across the globe. Everywhere she has been, she has had success. She has an innate ability to connect with people at all levels. Jamie’s skills will help strengthen our relationships with doctors and partners across the healthcare spectrum,” said Kent Greenawalt, Foot Levelers President and CEO.
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