Executive Vice President, Strategy and Market Development
Greg joined PSI in 2008 and now serves as Executive Vice President, Strategy and Market Development across all three of PSI’s market segments: Certification, Licensure, and Talent Assessments. Greg is responsible for leading all strategic sales and new market opportunities including partnership alliances. Greg has over 20 years’ experience as an executive leader in the assessment industry and brings a wealth of knowledge and capability to ensure the ongoing success of PSI.
Greg most recently was with the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company. He joined in 2002 as the Vice President of Business Development and Strategy at Promissor. He was instrumental in integration activities of ASI and CAT and the re-branding efforts that led to the marketplace launching of Promissor worldwide. At Promissor he led worldwide sales, marketing and product development with full responsibility for all revenue generating activities. Later, as the Vice President of Sales, Greg was instrumental in technology integration and restructuring efforts, bringing together several technology brands under one technology division.
Prior to his tenure at Houghton Mifflin, Greg spent over 10 years with Pearson in various senior management roles. As the Vice President Business Development Pearson/Vue Greg led all worldwide business development activities. Previously he was Vice President and General Manager of Pearson/NCS Imaging Services/Systems Group.
Over the course of his career, he was Vice President & General Manager for a $250 million group of the Standard Register Company and held senior sales and management positions with Unisys. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Advertising and Marketing from the University of Minnesota and completed advanced management programs from Northwestern/Kellogg in Organizational Development and the University of Dayton in Strategic Formulation/Implementation. Greg previously served on the Board of CBF Systems Inc., and was past Co-Chair of the IT Certification Security Council.