Greg is a long-time, Boston-area based product and technology operating executive. In his role as an operating partner with Edison he partners with Product and Technology executives in the Edison portfolio. He leverages his background in CyberSecurity, Cloud Technologies, and DevOps as a consultant, advisor, and independent director. Greg is a member of the Edison Directors’ Network and currently serves as a board director for FundThatFlip an Edison FinTech portfolio company, reinventing the loan origination space. He also serves as a board director for CloudSphere an Atlantic Bridge portfolio company in the cloud security posture management space. Greg is as an advisor to HYPER, a leader in the passwordless security space and Oak9 a pioneer in securing infrastructure as code. Greg has two college-age kids and a 9-year old French Bulldog (Bubba). When he’s not working, he’s usually watching the Celtics, Bruins, Patriots, or Red Sox. 


Greg led the product and technology organizations at CloudHealth (acquired by VMware), Veracode (Acquired by CA Technologies, Thoma Bravo, and TA) and Connected Corporation (acquired by Iron Mountain/IRM NYSE). He ran Systems Development, Product Management, and Engineering, and led the Document Management business at Iron Mountain Corporation. Earlier in his career he was an executive at Information Security and Network consulting innovator Predictive Systems (1999 IPO) where he led their Managed Security Services business. He started his career at Digital Equipment Corporation and had a seven-year stint in product at Sun Microsystems. 


BS, Marketing, Computer Information Systems, Arizona State University 

MBA, Questrom School of Business, Boston University 

Beta Gamma Sigma 

Successful companies are built by great teams. Great teams are usually made up of folks with complementary skill sets and diverse backgrounds. Most importantly, they need to feel safe to play to win vs. playing it safe and avoiding a loss. I like the expression, “if you’re not crashing, you’re not racing” but that’s easier said than done in most organizations, and on most teams. People don’t like to fail; fear of failure is ironically a success prophylactic for teams and organizations. Great leadership creates the safety necessary for aggressive mistakes, failing fast, learning and moving forward toward success.