At 24, Greg started the Brunch Bunch Mentoring Program. More than 700 young professionals & students participated in the program. At 25, he expanded his efforts & founded The 11-10-02 Foundation. He continues to serve as its CEO on a pro bono basis. He has been featured by media like Volunteer Leadership and Good Morning America. He has received honors like the Jefferson Award for Public Service. SCROLL DOWN
He has spoken at events focused on leadership for teens, college students, young professionals, education leaders, & business leaders. For example, in multiple cities, he has been the guest speaker at the annual 40 under 40 emerging leaders luncheon. The book based on Greg's story highlights lessons learned from his successes & failures as an unlikely young leader. Many leadership-focused programs have ordered the books &/or workbooks for their participants. SCROLL DOWN
Other organizations have ordered copies as part of professional development for their own Board or staff. Some (i.e. Center for Collaborative Leadership at UMass Boston) have sponsored editions of The Elevator Project. In some cases, a program has ordered the books & also had Greg speak at an event (i.e. Leadership Wisconsin got copies of The Silhouette Man for each participant & then had Greg serve as Graduation Speaker). During the pandemic, he has partnered with both adult & youth leadership programs around the U.S. on long-distance activities involving the books.