Greg thrives on meeting new people and discovering new possibilities. He knows that everyone involved in each project has a goal. His greatest strength is finding the most efficient and effective path to help people reach their goals.
Using a background in project management, NEPA (National Environmental Policy Act), and biological baseline studies, Greg played an integral role in an environmental assessment for the National Park Service at Zion National Park. When several phosphate mines owned by a key client in Idaho were looking to expand, Greg was on the team that prepared environmental impact statement documents for the federal agencies, the proponent, and the public.
Outside of the office, Greg enjoys time with his family and serves as a marriage counselor for his church. An avid sports fan, he finds the time to sneak away for a little fly fishing as well.