Gregory Carey

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Gregory Carey

Gregory Carey is chairman of the Public Sector and Infrastructure Group at Goldman Sachs, focusing on the national infrastructure practice with specific expertise in sports finance and advisory, project finance, and surface transportation. Seven of his team’s deals have been awarded Institutional Investor or Project Finance’s "Deal of the Year." He joined Goldman Sachs as a managing director in 2004. Prior to his employment at Goldman Sachs, he worked at Citigroup for 22 years and co-headed the firm’s infrastructure group.

Carey is vice chair of the Preston Robert Tisch Center sports advisory board within the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies, where he previously taught a course on the business of sports facilities. He has been involved with the School for many years. He also serves as chairman for the Children’s Academy in New York City, which is a new innovative, specialized school that teaches children with speech and language delays.

Carey earned an A.B. in Economics from Harvard College in 1983.