Greg is a passionate education technologist, education consultant, startup advisor, investor, and board member.

Greg is passionate about helping individuals achieve their potential. Government is a critical lever for that change, and so Greg is also interested in improving political discourse and civic engagement in our country. To that end, he co-founded PoliScribe, a natural language generation platform currently used by elected officials to engage their constituents.

For the last five years, Greg led marketing, business development, sales development, customer success, and professional services at NovoEd. He grew NovoEd from pre-revenue to millions in ARR, growing 200% year-over-year, from 100,000 to 1.6 million learners, and from seed funding to acquisition by Fidelity.

Greg currently advises a number of startups, including Jobscan, BoldABC, and MarketX, as well as large enterprises and investors entering the education space. Greg sits on the Board of Trustees for Leadership High School, the first startup charter school in California, on the Board of Directors for MathAction, a nonprofit focused on developing quantitative reasoning through experiential learning, and on the Board of Advisors for Rutgers University’s Center for Innovation Education, which is launching a new Big Data certificate program. He is also a frequent consultant through GLG, ThirdBridge, Guidepoint, and Coleman Research. Greg is a frequent keynote speaker, and has presented at ASU/GSV, ATD, Masie Learning, DevLearn, VMworld, EMC World, and more.

Previously, he was a Fellow at NewSchools Venture Fund, the first product manager at Coursera, an advisor to Renren’s expansion into education, the lead for VMware’s vCloud Suite launch, and a strategic counselor to Fortune 500 executives at McKinsey & Company.

Greg holds a MA-Ed and MBA from Stanford and a BA from Harvard. He lives in San Francisco and loves skiing, scuba diving, exploring new places, and trying new things.