About Greg

Greg was born and raised in a rural farming community in Pennsylvania. He escaped his small town and started his cross culture career by serving among the poor in Honduras as a 16 year old. He helped found Caleb Project while studying at Penn State University. He taught English in Libya in 1980-81. He was President of Caleb Project from 1983 to 2006. Caleb Project gave him regular opportunities to coach people who had entered cultures different than their own. From 2007 to 2011 Greg served as VP at Partners International where he met many wonderful international indigenous leaders. He also enjoys serving as an Adjunct Professor of Cross Cultural Ministry and World Religions at Whitworth University. He completed his Doctor of Ministry degree in 2004. He and his wife, Nancy, have four adult children.

Currently, Greg is primarily invested in enabling entrepreneurs in emerging markets with Anda Leadership. At least for now, “home” for Greg and Nancy, his wife of 30 years, is Spokane, WA.

Greg generally adds new posts to this blog several times each week. He writes to inspire and inform and hopes that his readers will be encouraged and find personal points of application.

5 comments on “About Greg

  1. Hi Greg… We want to send you our New Years letter, so if you receive this, please send me your address. Blessings

  2. Hi, Greg! Remember me? Would love to know what you and Nancy are doing, and maybe come see you. 🙂 Also would like recommendations for third world animal gift projects.

    • Nancy and I are well and our house is active with our daughter and her family living with us as they transition to the US from their former home in Botswana. We would love to receive a visit from you. Nancy intends to write you soon. Thanks for reaching out.

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