Greg brings over a decade of nonprofit accounting and finance experience to Crossroads. In his most recent role, Greg led the business and finance office for Tapestry Public Charter School, a charter school located in Atlanta, Georgia, which focuses on providing an inclusive learning environment for students with autism. Greg began with Tapestry just prior to its inaugural year in 2014, which allowed for him to develop and implement the school’s business policies and procedures from the ground up, focusing on efficiency and strong internal controls. Several key accomplishments include: assisting the school with increasing annual revenues by more than 120%, securing a permanent building to replace a temporary rented location, and receiving and tracking over two million in restricted grants.
Greg earned a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from Baldwin Wallace College in 2005 and earned his Master of Business Administration with dual-concentrations in Finance & Strategy from DePaul University in 2013. Additionally, he has been a Certified Public Accountant since 2011. Greg moved to Marlborough in 2016. Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Megan, and their three children Hunter, Ethan, and Avery and playing tennis in the summer and both hockey and skiing in the winter.