As vice president of corporate engineering, Greg is responsible for the strategic direction and implementation of our core engineering capabilities. He passionately works to shape FTI’s future by leveraging engineering, process design, project, and product management experience, with a passion for leadership and entrepreneurial growth.
Previously, Greg served as vice president of enterprise project management and performance improvement with Mosaic Life Care. He also spent ten years with Cardinal Health in various project, program, and portfolio management leadership and ten years with Emerson Network Power, leading the development of the data center high-availability monitoring product line.
Greg’s professional career includes 20 years within academia as a visiting professor teaching Bachelors’ and Masters’ level engineering, project management, math and statistical analysis. He has held faculty positions at Strayer University, DeVry University and The Ohio State University. Greg continues to teach in the department of science, technology, engineering, and math at the American Public University System, a role he has held for more than ten years.
Greg received his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Information Technology from Capella University, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in International Finance from Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio. He received his Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Electrical Engineering and Technology from the California University of Pennsylvania in California, Pennsylvania.