About Gregory

Embracing one’s wholeness makes life more demanding – because once you do that, you must live that integrity. We must let our life speak, informing us of who we are, and gladly telling others the same. Our power is in being fully ourselves.
– Parker Palmer, Let your Life Speak

Building Circles of Service & Trust

Gregory cultivates caring communities and economic growth in our neighborhoods and businesses through his engagement in real estate, teaching, writing and communications, and social ministry.

Gregory’s professional and social commitments include:

Real Estate Sales & Advising at Greenridge Realty – as a licensed realtor, Gregory advises clients engaged in residential sales and investment throughout the Western Michigan region.

State Certified Instructor for Real Estate Education at MiLicense.Net – teaches the 40-hour pre-licensure class for new realtors and offers a variety of continuing education courses.

Clarity – principal and copywriter in chief;  helps companies and organizations achieve their marketing goals with communications strategy and writing/editing of product, sales, advertising,and corporate communications copy – with particular focus on digital and online communication.

Nourish – co-founder – Nourish fosters organic, informal, spiritual community in the Grand Rapids area with discussions, dinners, holiday celebrations – and more. 

Gregory has enjoyed a rich professional, creative, and academic career. He has previously served as the Web Editor at Amway Corporation (2004-2014), Communications Director at Summit Training Source (1999-2004), and as a college professor of philosophy and theology. (1995-2000).

Originally from New York City, Gregory has called the Grand Rapids, Michigan area home since 1995. He earned his B.A. in philosophy and theology at Franciscan University in Ohio, his M.Phil. in philosophy and political economy at the International Academy of Philosophy in Liechtenstein, and did his doctoral work in philosophy and social theory (Ph.D.) at the Milltown Institute, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

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