Greg’s involvement in the events industry dates back to when he graduated from Durham Collages Sport Management program in 2009. In his final year, he took an internship with the Ontario Cycling Association (OCA), an opportunity that would end up opening a number of doors for years to come.
Upon finishing his internship with the OCA, Greg was offered a fulltime position as the Sport Coordinator. From there he spent the next six years managing the event’s department leading him to the role of Event’s manger within the organization. During his time at the OCA, Greg oversaw over 700 cycling specific events spanning across six cycling disciplines.
In 2015, the OCA would move into the Mattamy National Cycling Centre, a UCI Class 1 Velodrome, the only one of it’s kind in Canada. This would write the next chapter of Greg’s career when he accepted a position as Supervisor – Cycling and Events at the Town of Milton. Greg spent the better part of two years developing the programming offerings as well as the facilities standard operating procedures.
Working at the Velodrome was a once in a lifetime opportunity, however, Greg had an itch that couldn’t be scratched, an itch that would inevitably result in him stepping down for his position at the facility. In 2017, Greg made a move to return to the events business in the form of his own company in addition to working with Multisport Canada. For the past three years, Greg’s been leading a number of the major cycling initiatives at MutliSport, leveraging his connections and experience that he’s collected over the past decade in the industry.