Greg was born and raised in the Northwest Territories (NWT). Greg’s childhood was filled with sports, so naturally, he received his post-secondary in Kinesiology at the Augustana University in Camrose Alberta. Greg came back home to the North where he successfully managed a Hunting and Fishing Lodge where the focus was on Authentic Aboriginal experiences.
For 12 years Greg worked at the Aboriginal Sport Circle of the NWT, it was here he built an organization that is community-focused and driving. To this day there are thousands of community members that have and continue to benefit from new programs and sport structure that is community-based.
Greg left the North and moved his family to Kelowna, BC in 2016 where he was responsible for developing a cultural tourism strategy for the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association and Indigenous Tourism British Columbia. Greg lead the successful bid to host the International Indigenous Tourism Conference in Kelowna November in 2019. It is the largest Indigenous Tourism Conference in the world.
While doing this job, he built and started an Indigenous Tourism Business called Moccasin Trails. This business has grown into an award-winning company, receiving the Tourism Business of the Year award for the All Nations Trust Company. The company is deeply rooted in sharing Indigenous Culture to guests from around the world in a respectful way where Indigenous Protocol is followed.
Greg resides in West Kelowna with his wife Sharon and their two children, Keaton and Presley. They enjoy the outdoors and live an active sports lifestyle in the Okanagan.