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With more than 25 years of successfully helping organizations grow and prosper; combined with boundless energy, passion and enthusiasm, Greg's collaborative approach delivers the insight, strategies, and resources necessary to turn intent into action. Prior to joining Tecker International, he served as executive vice president and CEO of CCIM Institute, a 13,000- member international professional association. Before that, he was global CEO of the Turnaround Management Association. With a reputation for organizational change and innovation, his diverse and successful career has provided him with deep and comprehensive expertise that informs all of his work.
Greg is a respected and engaged volunteer leader. He served on the ASAE and ASAE Foundation Boards, Association Media & Publishing Board - including tenure as president, the DigitalNow Advisory Group, is faculty emeritus for the U.S. Chamber's Institute of Organizational Management and was a member of the Chamber’s Association Committee of 100. He is prolific writer and speaker, most recently co-authoring a chapter in Professional Practices in Association Management (4th edition 2021). He is a sought-after and highly rated speaker for audiences around the world.
Among many awards, Greg received the 2017 Association Forum "Inspiring Leader" award; the 2009 "Young and Aspiring Association Professional" by Association TRENDS; and the Angerosa Research Foundation's inaugural "Publishing Trendsetter,"
an award recognizing innovation that advances association publishing. CCIM was the inaugural recipient of the Association Forum Welcoming Environment Award® in 2018 and he was recognized as one of Crain’s Chicago 2020 Notable LGBTQ Executives.
Growing up in Missoula, Montana, Greg was a leader from his earliest years. This included becoming one of the state's youngest elected officials in history when, at age 18, he was elected to the Missoula County High Schools Board of Trustees. He was re-elected twice and served as Board Chair. He is a graduate of The University of Montana with a BA in PSc and History Minor, is an avid world traveler, and an award-winning amateur poet. A Digital Nomad, Greg’s current Basecamp is in Scottsdale, AZ