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More About Me
With an MBA and proficiency in full-stack software development, Greg specializes in bridging technical and business needs, implementing cross-department initiatives that streamline business operations, drive sales, and position fledgling enterprises for rapid, sustained growth.
Prior to Stake Your Wealth, Greg was COO of Ticket Monster, an online secondary market event ticket retailer based in New York City. After growing the company from three to nearly fifty employees, he structured and closed the sale of Ticket Monster to an industry leader in the entertainment space.
Before joining Ticket Monster, Greg attended the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and Lauder Institute, with Master's Degrees in Entrepreneurial Management and International Studies.
Prior to Wharton, Greg lived in Beijing, where he launched fundraising operations for the educational non-profit Teach For China, expanding the organization’s annual donation pipeline from under $1M to over $5M in two years.
While at Teach For China, Greg also co-founded The China Step, a web-based travel business that provided recent graduates with affordable services for living and traveling in China.
Prior to Beijing, through a Princeton in Asia Fellowship, Greg laid the pedagogical foundation for Teach For China in its inaugural year as one of 20 Fellows teaching 7th grade English in rural Yunnan Province.
Born in New York City and raised in Hong Kong, Greg likes to spend his time in forests and mountains. But more often than not, he's just typing away at a computer.