On the civic side, Greg is Founder of The 11-10-02 Foundation. On the professional side, he has been invited to guest lecture at universities & speak at companies, nonprofits & conferences in different countries -- including events focused on thinking methodologies. At some events, he has been one of multiple presenters. For instance, at a conference, Greg was morning speaker & former Apple CEO John Sculley was lunch speaker. At Young Professionals Summit, author Malcolm Gladwell was lunch speaker & Greg was closing speaker. The books based on Greg's story have been used externally (i.e. as part of their outreach efforts) or internally (i.e. for their own students or staff) by companies, nonprofits & schools -- including many innovation programs. Greg was honored at Princeton University as 'one of America's top social entrepreneurs under 40'. Entrepreneurship Week USA recognized him as one of its 'Trailblazers'. In 2013, he was named one of the Aspen Ideas Festival Scholars. He has been featured by media like IEEE Potentials (innovation & engineering), The Washington Post & Good Morning America.