Over the years, Greg has spent time - & collaborated with a variety of groups - in Kansas. On a personal level, he has taken part in fun experiences in the state like attending RiverFest & spending an afternoon at Freedom Hooves Therapeutic Riding Center.. On a professional level, the books based on Greg's story (The Silhouette Man & The First Thirty) & the posters based on the books have been utilized by organizations & companies in Kansas (i.e. Jeff Siegal Cheerleading, Sunflower Bank, Raintree Montessori School, Sylas & Maddie's Homemade Ice Cream) with their own staff or students and/or as part of their efforts to make a positive difference in the community. Groups (i.e. Visit Wichita & Love To Travel) have sponsored Kansas-based editions of The Elevator Project (a kindness recognition project based on the books).The Page 1 reviews in The Silhouette Man include one from the head of a school in Kansas. SCROLL DOWN TO CONTINUE
Greg has spoken at a variety of other events in Kansas for people of different ages & backgrounds (i.e. private events for senior citizens in Lawrence & Lenexa, an annual event for KU Endowment staff, an annual meeting for Mid-Kansas Jewish Federation's donors), At the latter event, Johnson's Legacy Landscapes ordered copies of Greg's Legacy Poem poster for dozens of attendees. He also did a reading of his upcoming illustrated picture book (The Milkshake Man) for students at an awesome elementary school in Lawrence.