Greg is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Organize.org.
He spent the early part of his career in venture capital, focusing on education technology at Seavest Inc., a NY-based investment firm.
His life changed when his father waited 5 years to receive a heart transplant, and he decided to commit himself full time to organ donation advocacy.
Before Seavest, Greg had been a writer for ESPN Magazine and ESPN Books.
Greg serves on the Board of Directors for A.L. Mailman Foundation and Concord Consortium, and previously as a member of the Whitney Contemporaries Executive Committee at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
He is also a member of President Obama’s National Finance Committee.
Greg graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in Psychology in 2006 and has taken post-graduate business classes at Columbia University and NYU.
Jenna's formal background is in foreign policy and education.
She's spent many years studying how different countries educate their youth for citizenship and global awareness.
While Jenna was the youngest American working at the United Nations she built a program to educate people on issues on the UN agenda, packaging A-list celebs with global issues.
She subsequently left to launch her first social enterprise, Press Play, a boutique content creation firm that comes up with cool ways to engage audience with issues beyond themselves.
Projects included TV shows (Showtime, MTV/Int'l) and strategic advising for brands and 501C3s to increase awareness and activation around target audiences.
Jenna has recently launched a new for-purpose, for-profit start-up, I Will Save the World, that engages elementary aged kids in saving the world through hands on activities.
Jenna sits on the Board of W+ and the Advocacy Lab. She graduated from University of Miami with a BSEd in 2003 and Columbia University, Teachers College MSEd in 2005.
Judd B. Kessler, PhD., Behavioral Economist, Wharton
School, University of Pennsylvania. Published w/ Al Roth,
winner of 2012 Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences
Fagan Harris, MPhil Candidate, Rhodes
Scholar, University of Oxford
Lev Sviridov, Rhodes Scholar, Political
Advisor, Professor at City College of New