Over the years, Greg has spent meaningful time - & collaborated with a lot of groups - in Colorado. On a personal level, he has toured memorable locations like Garden of the Gods (on horseback) and Cave of the Winds in Colorado Springs. On a civic level, he participated in the READ PSA campaign to promote the public library in Aurora. In 2013, he was selected to be one of Aspen Ideas Festival Scholars. On the professional level, the books based on Greg's story have been utilized by organizations around Colorado (i.e. USA Mobility, a chapter of Zeta Beta Tau & the local chapter of the National MS Society) as part of their efforts to make a difference in their community. Other groups in Colorado (i.e. local chapters of Special Olympics & Habitat for Humanity) have ordered copies of Greg's Legacy poster for students. SCROLL DOWN TO CONTINUE
Over the years, Greg has spoken at events around Colorado for people of different ages & backgrounds. He has spoken at a private event for senior citizens in Denver. He spoke at events on philanthropy for both college students & middle school teens. He served as Writer-in-Residence for a day at Denver Academy. He was the keynote speaker for parents, teachers & students at the Latino College Fair in Aurora. The organizers also ordered copies of The First Thirty for 200 attendees at the Fair. Separate from the books, Greg has written for a variety of publications — including a column for Colorado Springs-based USA Triathlon and a profile for a magazine on a school Principal in Colorado..