Area Leader, Northeast

Greg’s sole focus as an Area Leader within Korn Ferry is to listen and understand our client’s needs while navigating their own unique experience with our firm. From talent acquisition to advisory services, Greg is there to create a highly collaborative and specific roadmap for our Greater Boston and Northeast partners.

Greg has a proven track record of building strong relationships and delivering results. Never afraid to roll up his sleeves, Greg takes the time to know his clients and serves as a thought partner for the most critical organizational needs.

Greg has been in the Greater Boston and New England markets for 20 years leading technology, digital, software services transformation initiatives and key talent acquisition initiatives for some of the worlds most admired companies as well as disruptive start-ups.  He is well-networked within the Greater Boston technology ecosystem, from the board room to the server room.  Greg has participated, lectured and provided advisory input for MIT’s CIO and Data & Analytics symposiums, Boston Business Journals CIO of the Year awards and the Providence College School of Business Digital Transformation Summit. 

Prior to joining Korn Ferry, Greg was the Principal and Owner of his own software services and consultancy firm focused on talent acquisition for key growth positions within Cloud, Analytics, Big Data, Mobility, Omnichannel and Digital Operations throughout a variety of industries.  Prior to that, Greg was a key strategic growth hire for one of the world’s largest talent acquisition firms as they ventured into the technology and digital market in Boston.  There he grew his overall operation and footprint to be their top domestic operation with a simple philosophy built on trust, creativity, communication, and collaboration.   

Greg graduated from Assumption University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in History and Special Education. Since 2007 he has been a member of the American Staffing Association with certifications and accreditations in both Massachusetts and federal employment law, technical staffing and talent acquisition.