Greg is a 2015 MBA/MPS in Real Estate candidate.  He was born and raised in Miami, a city that continues to influence his passion for international business.  Greg earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree with Distinction from Emory University.  While at Emory, Greg interned with Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Intuit, and The Boston Consulting Group.  At graduation, he received The Todd Whitman Outstanding BBA Achievement Award.
After graduation, Greg joined PKF Consulting&rsquos Atlanta office, where he conducted feasibility and consulting projects for hotels and mixed-use developments throughout the southeastern United States and Central America.  Working in tandem with PKF Hospitality Research, Greg authored and co-authored articles for Lodging Magazine and HSMAI Marketing Review and was quoted in Hotel Management and Nation&rsquos Restaurant News.  After PKF, Greg worked for Marriott International at its Bethesda, Maryland headquarters and later in Dallas, Texas.  At Marriott, Greg performed market analysis and financial projections for lodging development and capital investment opportunities throughout the United States.  He also managed a multi-year asset management project for Marriott's Asia/Pacific corporate leadership.  While in Dallas, Greg founded and was the first president of the DFW Emerging Leaders in Hospitality.
In his first year at Cornell, Greg completed a graduate-level teaching case for the Cornell Real Estate Review.  During his pre-MBA summer internship, Greg worked in real estate acquisitions for The Kor Group in San Francisco.   In 2013, Greg co-founded and became co-president of the Johnson Hospitality Industry Club.  Greg is an avid traveler, international music buff, and loves racquet sports.  He has intermediate French proficiency.
Following graduation from Cornell's Baker Program in Real Estate and the Johnson Graduate School of Management, Greg plans a career in hospitality and mixed-use development and investments with specific interests in brand creation and a focus on emerging international markets.