When Greg was a child, it became clear he 'thinks and learns differently'. He learned how to navigate that path, but it was still not always easy for others to see his potential. At 18, he was rejected from every college he hoped to attend. He did not give up and found a school that would give him a chance. After he graduated college, his path came full circle when he became an educator and the head of a foundation helping students pursue their educational dreams. The books based on his story have been used at schools that value students who think and learn differently (e.g. a school for students with autism and learning differences got copies for its staff and students). SCROLL DOWN
The books, workbooks &/or posters have also been used by nonprofits (e.g. chapter of Special Olympics) for their Board, staff, the people they serve and/or local students. Greg has done book signings (e.g. Bluegrass Autism Walk), spoken at schools (e.g. assemblies and graduations) for students who think and learn differently, guest lectured on topics like thinking methodologies at universities (e.g. University of North Carolina), participated in private Q&A's (e.g. The ARC of Norfolk), and spoken at local and national events & conferences for parents, educators & future educators. He has been featured by media like Education Week. He has written for the media as well (e.g. article about an artist inspired by his son who has autism).