Wood County Economic Development Commission

Greg is an accomplished Human Resources and nonprofit leader in the community, whose focus is in talent management, employee training and engagement, talent acquisition and senior business partner generalist roles in manufacturing sectors, such as Building Products, HVAC, as well as aerospace, telecommunications, and financial services industries.

Greg was appointed to the Mineola City Council in 2018, representing Ward 2 and elected without opposition to a full term in February, 2019.

He has served Quitman, TX, as City Secretary/Administrator, and also managed the Carrol Green Civic Center.

He’s active in his church, FUMC Mineola, and serves on the Staff Parish Relations Committee (SPRC). He is a member of the Mineola Historic Landmark Commission, the Iron Horse Square committee, board member and Chairman of the Friends of Lake Holbrook, board member of the Lake Country Playhouse, and recently completed his second term as President of the Mineola Rotary Club.

Greg was active in the city of Richardson, TX, serving in the Chamber of Commerce, in Leadership Richardson, both as a participant and as a faculty advisor and in the inaugural Richardson Citizen’s Police Academy. He served as Board Member and Past Chairman of the Richardson Symphony Orchestra. Greg served 10 years on the University of North Texas, Business School Advisory Board Member and as a Mentor for the Professional Leadership Program, (PLP) and was recognized with the Lifetime Achievement Award in May, 2015 from the UNT President and Business School Dean.

University of Maryland, received his BA in Government and Politics, with a focus on state and local government. He has additional coursework in Student Personnel from Indiana University and Personnel Management from The Penn State University.

Greg holds the Senior Professional Human Resources designation (SPHR) as well as the Certified Non Profit Professional (CNP).

Greg and his wife Carol have been weekend residents in Wood County Mineola (Lake Holbrook) beginning in 2002 and moved to Wood County full time in 2015.