Greg has been involved in the hospice movement since 1999. His experience cuts across working for non-profit, for-profit and hospice organizations at a national level. Greg excels in creating opportunities for organizations to strengthen their culture, deepen their leadership, and improve operations. In addition to that, his early years focused on philanthropy, and was responsible for raising $8 million per year for the organizations he worked with. Greg is an experienced, highly successful leader with a proven record of results and revenue generation. His entrepreneurial skills have been demonstrated by numerous creative initiatives. He is strategically minded, able to make accurate trajectories, “see the future” state and lead an organization to its objectives. His past positions in the field include:
- Chief Executive Officer at Seasons Hospice Foundation
- Vice President Communications at Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care
- President & CEO at Leader Dogs for the Blind
- Vice President at National Hospice Foundation
- Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing and Community Relations Officer at Hospice of Michigan
Today, Greg lives in Rochester Hills, Michigan, with his wife Christina and their three children.
Kurt and Greg have a personal-professional relationship reaching back to 1999, where they started collaborating in the Hospice industry. We came together because of our collective passion to help home care and hospice organizations serve more people, grow, and strengthen profitability… ultimately improving the care for the community at-large.