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“I was trained in the Jesuit tradition. We are taught to be men for others, lifting others up, always with humility, grace, and integrity.”

Greg was a board member and advocate at MOCSA, a nonprofit dedicated to combating sexual abuse of adults and children. He also works with KC Consensus, working with the Kansas City metro community to produce clear and concise recommendations to improve race relations and other critical key community initiatives that change the community for the better. He works with the Minority Business Capital Corp., providing needed financial support to minority suppliers, and is donating his time and talent to a KCMO documentary, “Remember Me,” at KCPT Channel 19. His career took him from Kansas City to Washington, D.C. to Oregon and then back to Kansas City, where his past jobs include president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and assistant city manager for the city of Kansas City, Missouri.

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