Over the years, Greg has spent a great deal of time - & collaborated with many groups - in Kentucky. On a personal level, he has had fun experiences (i.e. attending World Equestrian Games in Lexington & sitting in class as a guest student for a day at University of Louisville's Law School). He also has hosted a variety of dinners in Kentucky. On a civic level, his Foundation funded multiple scholarships for college students in Kentucky. On the professional level, the books & companion workbook based on Greg's story (The Silhouette Man, The First Thirty & A Place To Sit) have been used by organizations & schools in Kentucky (i.e. Capitol Day School, Boy Scouts of American Bluegrass Council, Frankfort/Franklin County Tourist Commission, Kentucky Association for Environmental Education). Groups (i.e. VisitLEX & Northern Kentucky CVB) have sponsored local editions of The Elevator Project (a kindness recognition project based on the books). Greg did a signing at the annual Bluegrass Autism Walk. SCROLL DOWN TO CONTINUE
Greg has spoken at a variety of meaningful events in Kentucky for people of different ages & backgrounds. He has spoken at events for students -- from middle school to college in places like Louisville, Jessamine & Frankfort. He has spoken at events for organizations (i.e. Kentucky Lottery). He has spoken at major annual events (i.e. keynote speaker at Business First's annual 40 under 40 awards; keynote speaker at Conference of NonProfit Excellence Awards). He has been featured by media like Good Morning America and Lexington Herald Leader. He has written for a variety of magazines around the country including multiple articles about the kindness of people in Kentucky. This includes a column he wrote for Kentucky Monthly magazine.