After making North Carolina home, Greg went on to earn his MBA, through distance learning, and start a small real estate business with his wife. Greg continues to give back to his community as a PTA President at his daughter’s elementary school and as the director of a nonprofit 5k run for veterans. Further, Greg served as a substitute teacher for the Harnett County School District and worked as a policy advisor in the North Carolina House of Representatives. While working in the General Assembly, Greg helped craft the voter identification legislation requiring folks to present photo identification when voting. Additionally, he assisted in crafting North Carolina’s first comprehensive tax code overhaul in nearly 70 years, lowering the tax burden on hard working families.
Greg currently earns a living as a business consultant and is married to his high school sweetheart of 20 years, Carrie, who works as a nurse in Fayetteville. They are the blessed parents of three young daughters, Ellie, Lainey, and Evie Joy and reside in Holly Springs.