Brief Bio

An experienced leadership coachnetworker, communicator, program developer, and empathy-based strategic thinker, Greg is committed to resource individuals and organizations in the development of ventures that promote the well-being of all people.

Greg's passion for creative writing and the leveraging of digital media platforms through blogs, podcasts, social networks, and other technologies is a significant tool of his storytelling, communicating, and intentional marketing talents. 

Greg has served in leadership as an associate executive, program director, project manager, strategic coach, grant writer and administrator, and public speaker, preacher, presenter and teacher. Ordained as a Presbyterian Minister (PCUSA), he has collaborated with ecumenical movements, interfaith organizations, not-for-profits, community partners, and countless and diverse thought leaders in efforts to promote equity, justice, leadership development, inclusion, anti-racism, and the general well-being of individuals, systems, new and existing ventures, and organizations. 

Greg graduated from Eastern University in 2006 with a BA in Biblical Studies and Youth Ministry and earned his Masters of Divinity (with concentration on leadership) from Biblical Seminary in Hatfield, PA (now Missio Seminary in Philadelphia). 

Greg grew up in Baltimore, MD and now resides in Coatesville, PA.

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Interested in contracting with Greg for a coaching session, strategic conversation, writing, editing, public speaking engagement, preaching, etc. Email greg.klimovitz[at] or use the gravity form here