One day, when Greg was 24, he witnessed two students treated poorly by a customer of another race when they sat down to get some milkshakes at a local restaurant. Hoping to turn the moment into something positive, Greg returned to the restaurant with ten people of different backgrounds. It was his hope that the chance to sit together and get to know each other over a meal could lead a diverse group of people to recognize how much they actually had in common. The response was a positive one, and it led Greg to start the diversity mentoring program, The Brunch Bunch. Each weekend, for the next 243 consecutive weekends, he coordinated and hosted brunches for up to 25 people at a time. After brunch, the group -- comprised mostly of young professionals & students -- would participate in an athletic or volunteer activity like basketball. More than 700 people attended at least one of the weekly outings. Good Morning America buried a Time Capsule which included a video narrated by Diane Sawyer about the first 100 weeks of the program. During the same period of time, Greg also started a program to volunteer with senior citizens. More than 200 people gave more than 800 hours of their time as part of the program.