Greg has held several positions within the GMN, formerly known as GM Nameplate organization and currently serves as the Co Chairman of the Board as well as the President of the SG2 and SuperGraphics divisions of the Corporation. As a technology innovator Greg helped lead a group of Logitech Engineers to design the first touch pad used on a Sony laptop. SuperGraphics invented the Bus Wrap back in 1993 and currently holds two Worlds Records for graphic and signage achievements, as well as winning several Obie’s and Effie’s for advertising excellence.
A former United States Marine, Greg is a graduate and was a varsity football player of his Alma mater Western Washington University.
Active in the community Greg is on several Boards, Greg Served as Chairman of the Board of The Seattle Sports Commission, Sat on the Executive Board of the Seattle Chamber, Greg is active on the Foundation Board of his Alma Mater Western Washington University. Greg is incoming President of the Board of the 101 Club, a loyal and exclusive group of influential local leaders dedicated to the advancement of amateur athletics. Greg spends time coaching little league sports, and playing basketball and indoor soccer. Greg was recognized by the Puget Sound Business journal as one of the most influential 40 under 40.
Greg produced the feature film Worry Dolls that received global distribution on his first green lit film project. Today you will find Greg mentoring and guest lecturing to students and business groups. Greg lives in Seattle Washington with his wife Kiki, sons Mason and Chase, and daughter Ella-Marie.