Greg is a valley native, having attended Notre Dame High in Sherman Oaks and maintaining his valley roots through college attending CSUN and becoming Executive Director of their SPACE organization overseeing a variety of entertainment programs and concert events for the campus.
His studies and BS degree emphasis was Business Adm/Marketing. Greg has a wife and 2 children.
What motivates your desire to give back?
Attaining any level of success without giving back to the local community in some ways feels selfish. The new Cedars Providence partnership felt like the perfect vehicle to attach to since the valley has been dreaming of this moment for decades and it is now becoming a reality.
Why are you supporting the medical center?
Embracing the mission and values of Providence and Cedars has been an easy exercise. From personal experience I have seen the tremendous value the hospital offers to the local community. Our twins were born at Tarzana Hospital and the level of care was exceptional.
Why did you agree to join the foundation board?
To make a difference. Now, more than ever, the local community needs our help. The foundation’s fund raising efforts will go far in helping all local residents elevate their level of care.