Greg began his college education at Columbia Union College in Silver Spring, MD with a B.S.in Elementary Education; then pursued a Master of Public Health at Loma Linda University and Master of Curriculum & Instruction from Salem College. After teaching ten years at the Toll Gate SDA School, Greg taught gifted K-8 students in Doddridge County. For the next fourteen years Greg was the Healthy School Coordinator and Regional Tobacco Prevention Specialist at RESA VII where he developed Teen Institute. In 2002 Greg went back to the classroom and taught Social Studies and Health for Doddridge County Middle School. After retirement in 2011, Doddridge County Board of Education contracted with Greg to provide Health Education for grades K-4 in addition to working with administration as Student Assistant Manager doing school programming, coordinating field trips and working to improve school attendance. During his education and teaching years Greg became a specialist in Health Education, Social Studies, Gifted Education, and History. He was a national trainer for Know Your Body Health Education Curriculum, Developing Capable People Drug Prevention Curriculum, Life Skills Training, Drug Prevention Curriculum and TATU (Teens Against Tobacco Use) as well as a trainer for Get Real About Violence, Violence Prevention Program and Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, Violence Prevention Program. As over educated as he sounds, Greg is still a pretty normal guy who loves kids and has a tendency to burst out in song occasionally.