Greg has over 16 years of Operations, Account Management, and Business Development experience combined with a passion for strategic thinking and new product development. He has evaluated and advised hundreds of startups through his involvement with Idea Venture Accelerator and currently serves on the Council that oversees Mosaic, a peer-to-peer community of builders and leaders at Northeastern University.
Greg earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Northeastern University, but after graduating, a friend suggested he investigate Experience Design. He fell in love with the principles and craft of design and earned a Master of Science in Experience Design from Northeastern.
Greg is active on the weekends, participating in outdoor activities and sports such as running, cycling, hiking, and snowboarding in the winter. He also plays bass guitar and experiments with home brewing beer and fermenting hard cider.
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