Greg Potter

Gregg is dedicated to guiding leaders and organizations in fostering more effective collaboration. His approach emphasizes the importance of deconstructing collaboration methods, focusing on creating spaces that are grounded in humanity and trust. Gregg believes that mastering these foundational aspects is crucial before advancing to transformational leadership, adept facilitation, and conflict resolution skills — all vital for designing and leading impactful collaborative efforts.

A natural connector, Gregg’s unique talent has opened doors across various sectors. His diverse experience includes roles in upper management and community engagement at Starbucks in Los Angeles, as well as significant positions in the restaurant industry, where he served as a general manager, district manager, and consultant. Gregg’s expertise extends to being a trained facilitator and futurist, frequently sought after for strategic planning consultations and facilitation. His conflict resolution skills were honed under the mentorship of Bob and Alice Evans.

Gregg holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and a Masters in Public Service from the Clinton School of Public Service. His educational background complements his professional journey, underpinning his approach to leadership and collaboration.