Physical and Natural Sciences, Business Operation
Product Development, Manufacturing Processes, Logistics, Writing
Greg began his collegiate career as a biology and chemistry double-major, but after a couple of years in the program he developed an aptitude for math and, consequently, enrolled in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. It's the creative aspect of engineering that Greg finds most appealing, and for that same reason he enjoyed and excelled in the writing courses that were included in the curriculum.
While working for IBM as a Mechanical Development Engineer, Greg was responsible for writing manufacturing, field support and end-user manuals for computer products. He also wrote technical reports for an executive-level audience as an IBM Manufacturing Quality Engineer.
Greg founded a craft brewery which he operated for five years. He managed every aspect of the business, resulting in countless professional communications. In addition to detailed spreadsheets he developed to track cash flow, sales and inventory, Greg maintained a formal business plan used to communicate the state of the business and to garner financing.
Greg owned and operated a craft brewery, during which time he managed every aspect of the business, including marketing. He created a tri-fold brochure to enhance both wholesale and retail sales, consisting of descriptive text and label/brand artwork.