Greg has taken an unorthodox path to becoming an educator. After graduating from Peru State College in Peru, NE, he spent time as a political activist, drafter/designer, railroad worker, food co-op manager, sommelier, and part-time musician, finally choosing to become an EC teacher 7 years ago. This decision has changed his life more than he had ever imagined and ultimately brought him to The Franklin School of Innovation where he is a proud, fledgling crew member.
When not in the classroom, Greg enjoys hiking and camping with his partner and dog, reading about obscure trivia, playing guitar, writing music, breakfast (who doesn’t love breakfast?), and performing on stage whenever possible.