Bio

Greg, 52, grew up in Bethesda, MD. Greg met his wife, Laura, at Northwestern University where he graduated in 1990 with a B.S. in Speech majoring in Radio/TV/Film. Greg moved to Baltimore in June, 2012, from New Haven, CT, where he lived since 2004. A stay-at-home dad since leaving the TV/film post-production business (Chicago & Boston), Greg has juggled the life of a busy and growing family with his neighborhood and community interests. An active volunteer with New Haven’s Friends of Edgewood Park for many years, Greg served as treasurer and board member. As a New Haven, CT Alderman, he represented New Haven’s Ward 25 from 2010-2011. Greg has been a strong voice at various community and city meetings. Greg is a very involved school parent, glad to help and volunteer with school events, fundraising, mentoring, and tutoring. Greg helped on his children’s PTAs as VP of the Towson HS PTSA for three years, secretary of the Dumbarton Middle School for two years, treasurer for the Stoneleigh Elementary School PTA for three years, and was on the board of directors of the Woodbridge Child Center (Woodbridge, CT) for three years. Currently, Greg serves as secretary on the Stoneleigh Community Association’s board of governors, as vice president of the St. Paul’s Schools Parents’ Association, and as the Community Member on the Towson University Institutional Review Board. His wife, Laura, is an emergency physician at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Greg is also an avid soccer enthusiast and certified soccer referee. He enjoys spending time with his family hiking, skiing, traveling and reading.