US Director, Spring Impact
As U.S. Director for Spring Impact, Greg is responsible for developing and leading the U.S. office’s strategy and operations, while overseeing a portfolio of domestic and international projects. With a passion for helping organizations scale their impact, Greg has had the opportunity to work on a number of socially-focused ventures including, the BOMA Project, Foundation for Ecological Security (FES), Sistema Biobolsa, Lava Mae, and USAID’s Yaajeende project in Senegal. Greg also served as a judge for Stanford’s Graduate School of Business’ Social Innovation Competition for emerging social ventures.
Greg’s past experience as a management consultant at a boutique strategy firm in the financial services industry, has helped inform both client and internal aspects of his work. In addition to his management consultant role, Greg led the development of a microfinance program for a nonprofit in Haiti.
After his experience in Haiti, Greg decided to pursue his MBA and attended University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School. While at Oxford, he was a Skoll World Forum Fellow and the recipient of the Skoll Centre Ecosystem Award. Greg holds his bachelor’s degree in business-economics, graduating cum laude, with university and Department of Economics honors, from UCLA.