Greg graduated from MIT Sloan where he received his MBA in the spring of 2014. He also holds an EdM from Harvard University and a BA from Stanford University. He is a full-time Lecturer at Boston University, where he teaches courses in areas ranging from Data Science & Machine Learning to Corporate Finance to Global Supply Chains.
Greg has been a student teacher at Cambridge Latin for ninth and tenth grade world history. He has also tutored students privately since his high school years. Greg has aced the Verbal portions of standardized tests throughout his academic career. As a "non-math" guy who recently earned a top score on the GMAT, he believes he can help fellow liberal-artsy types to conquer the math portion of the test by applying a rigorous system of pattern recognition and error analysis. In addition to the GMAT and GRE, Greg tutors college students in a range of subject areas, including Business, Calculus, Statistics, and Economics.
Greg resides in Lowell, MA with his wife and daughter. He is a Major in the United States Army Reserve. In early 2012, he received a Bronze Star (Meritorious) for intelligence work with NATO partners in Kabul, Afghanistan during a year-long deployment with the Massachusetts Army National Guard.