Thomas P. McGrevey, Jr., Associate Professor of Business, spent his formative years in Europe and Southeast Asia where he developed an affinity for plate scorching spicy stir fry. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Business and an ROTC commission as a second lieutenant in Field Artillery. He attended Artillery School at Ft. Sill, OK, the Nuclear Biological and Chemical Warfare School, and served six years in the NH Army National Guard. In 1983 Tom earned an M.B.A. from New Hampshire College (now Southern NH University)
Always an entrepreneur, he started a computer and management consulting business before joining the faculty of New England College in 1988. During the 1980’s his firm was awarded the SBA 7(j) federal consulting contract to provide business assistance to minority and woman owned businesses in New Hampshire and Vermont. He later took a four year leave of absence from higher education to co-found and operate a family entertainment business. Today his consulting practice specializes in helping people from abroad expand their businesses into the U.S. and has clients in Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean. Tom believes experience is integrally linked with education and brings extensive practical experience to his Strategic Management, Leadership, Finance and Quantitative Methods classes for New England College.
His wife, Cathi McGrevey, teaches as adjunct faculty with SNHU and NEC. Their daughter Megan attends the University of Washington in Seattle and serves as a first lieutenant with the Washington State Army National Guard while their son Tom, III serves on active duty as a second lieutenant with the Air Force in Washington, D.C. Tom’s avocation is screenwriting and he has signed with the Quillco Literary Agency of Thousand Oaks, California. He enjoys skiing, tennis, martial arts and continues to be an enthusiastic supporter of minority and woman owned businesses, like the Bavarian Motor Works.