Greg brings 35 years of executive leadership experience to WilliamsMarston. Since joining WilliamsMarston, Greg has advised clients on a variety of operational challenges including a cross-functional operational review to deliver sustainable process improvement for a multi-billion-dollar telecommunications organization, post-merger carve-out and integration planning for a global software company and a financial effectiveness design and delivery project for a multi-location manufacturing group. He has advised clients regarding finance transformation, post-merger integration, process optimization, ERP integration, IPO readiness, audit readiness, organizational design and geo-location selection, and control and compliance reviews. Additionally, he has served as the interim CFO for a number of clients as well as an interim Chief Transformation Officer. Greg’s industry experience includes automotive, medical device, telecommunications, advertising and research and development, private equity and high-tech manufacturing.
Prior to joining WilliamsMarston, Greg was a Vice President with Alcatel-Lucent within both the Software and Professional Services and Global Delivery Divisions. While at Alcatel-Lucent he coordinated and managed multiple strategic programs substantially impacting the way the business operated. These programs included driving significant global efficiency programs through organizational redesign and the adoption of Lean and Six-Sigma techniques.
Prior to Alcatel-Lucent, Greg held senior roles within a number of prominent technology organizations, specializing in strategic planning, execution and organizational change. His broad experience includes initial public offerings, due diligence and post-merger integration. He has also held management positions across several operational functions. Greg began his career at Deloitte, Haskins + Sells London audit practice focusing on technology and media-based industries. Greg is a qualified Accounting Technician in the UK and holds a Foundation Degree in Accounting from Oxford Brookes University.