Guided by his own journey for greater purpose, Greg seeks to ensure every individual has the opportunity to find their unique passion. His favorite quote, from the book Man’s Search for Meaning, sums up this motivation: “He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how.” (Friedrich Nietzsche)
Greg’s formal introduction to CSR began during his time at the University of Connecticut, where he Founded and managed the University’s Net Impact Undergraduate Chapter. After graduating from the UConn with his degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurship, Greg served in the corporate citizenship and CSR departments of Constant Contact and ESPN where he executed and promoted key employee engagement initiatives and supported each brand’s overall citizenship strategy. Greg was also responsible for managing Good Sports’ Business Development strategy and pipeline of potential corporate and foundation partners. With both non-profit and for-profit experience, Greg understands the challenges and opportunities both sectors face.
Greg supports clients through industry research, scanning, benchmarking, brainstorming, and presentation development and is responsible for executing the firm’s blog, social media and marketing outreach strategies and activation. When he isn’t reading the latest business book on CSR, Greg can be found running, catching up with friends in Boston’s best cafés, or spending time with family close to home. email@example.com