Meet Greg


Public Service

Greg Vartan is proud to represent Ward 2 on Summit's Common Council. He is a passionate leader, dedicated public servant, and lifetime resident of Summit, NJ. Greg is a former member of the Planning Board and was the liaison to the Environmental Commission. He is in his tenth year of service on the Summit First Aid Squad as a volunteer EMT, and was a member of the Board of Trustees. He was also in the first class of the Summit Police Youth Academy, and was asked by the organizing officers to assist with the planning and execution of the program for four years. 

He's committed to the principle that if he has the opportunity to help others, he should.

Professional Experience

When he was 15, Greg began work at the Summit YMCA as a lifeguard and swim instructor. His other non-profit experience includes an impactful tenure at the Madison YMCA as well as consulting for BlinkNow, the organization run by 2015's CNN Hero of the Year, Maggie Doyne. He also grew professional skills working for four years in sales for a leading company in the medical device field. 

Currently, Greg is the Director of Business Development for HENRY, an innovative company founded in NJ, that is driving healthcare delivery forward.


Greg is a proud graduate of Summit High School. While there, he acted in plays, was a Drum Major in the "Pride of Summit" Marching Band, and served as President of the Class.

Greg graduated from Lycoming College with a Bachelor's Dual Degree in Political Science and Criminal Justice. He served an unprecedented three terms as President of the Student Senate and sat on numerous committees including the Presidential Search Committee for the 15th President of the College, Strategic Planning Executive Board, and the City of Williamsport's Heroin Task Force.


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