Greg is a jack-of-all-trades, and has more than fifteen years of experience designing, developing and maintaining websites for private sector and government organizations. He has managed, implemented and launched more than 200 websites and advocacy-campaigns—several of which have won awards for their distinct innovation and impact. Greg's professional experience extends beyond desk work—over the years, Greg has taught classes and workshops on technical issues and as a result has been recognized by both his students and his employers for his ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with others.
Greg is a proficient Drupal 5/6/7/8 developer, and has experience in theming to module development, as well as a strong background and personal interest in using web technologies for advocacy and social change.
Greg earned a MA in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins University, a BS in Information Networking, and a BA in Philosophy from Fort Hays State University.
Grew up in Indiana, lived in 15+ states since then, but have been here long enough now to call DC home.
Any trip involving snow, mountains, or trains, preferably all at once.
The Kogod Courtyard at the National Portrait Gallery is a quiet oasis in the city to escape a rainy DC day by playing board games or catching up on reading.