One word to describe him: Genuine
Greg’s hobbies include spending time with family and friends, going out to eat, watching sports and listening to music. He also enjoys swimming, bowling, and watching movies – either in the theater or on TV.
Greg’s dream for the future would be to continue to treat others as he likes to be treated, along with trying something new and meeting new people. He also would love to travel more.
To Greg, inclusion means to come together for a common goal or cause. For everyone to have a chance to have their voice heard and working together to achieve the objective. For him, empowerment means to give someone the power or authority to do something, and to provide tools and guidance so that the achievement can be met. “Empowerment can help build confidence.”
He shares that “I have been blessed to be able to do many things in my life. My friends my family and my faith continue to keep me humble and guide me each and every day. My biggest example of empowerment was getting my driver’s license. I started driving at 16 years old with a permit and did not get my license until the age of 30. My family was there all along the way for the ups and downs. I renewed my driver’s permit a bunch LOL. Ever since I’ve gotten my license, I’ve been able to experience freedom like I never had before.”