Corporate Honoree: Gregory J Pepe
Gregory J. Pepe is a founding principal of Neubert, Pepe & Monteith, P.C., a New Haven-based law firm, where he heads the Healthcare Law practice area. His extensive experience in the healthcare market, its accompanying regulations, and related business matters enables him to guide his clients in the ever-changing landscape of that particular sector.
In addition to his legal career, Greg is an ardent and active member of the Greater New Haven community, especially skilled in providing leadership and support to the city’s key civic organizations and nonprofit entities. This includes co-founding and serving as a former president of the Board of Directors of Leeway, Inc., a nonprofit inpatient facility for people living with AIDS. He also has served as Board chair of the Town Green Special Services District, which funds special projects and improvements in Downtown New Haven, including those focused on cleanliness, safety, economic prosperity, marketing, promotions and advocacy. He is a former Board president of the Institute Library in New Haven, founded in 1826 and Connecticut’s oldest circulating library, as well as a current member of the Dean’s Advisory Committee for the Quinnipiac University School of Law and an adjunct faculty member at that school. He is on the Board of Directors of the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven and serves as one of its professional advisors.
He helped Gateway Community College launch its Mentoring Program. He also has advised several state medical organizations, including the Connecticut State Medical Society, and represents many physician groups, including integrated practices, independent practice associations and physician-hospital associations and others involved in healthcare law issues.
Greg earned a bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College and his law degree from the University of Bridgeport School of Law.