Greg has lived in many cities as he pursued his career in Public Relations and Relationship Management, but Atlanta has always held a special place in his heart. His appreciation of Atlanta's unique neighborhoods is enhanced by his experiences in other cities, and he brings a keen awareness of the history and architectural richness of the many communities that make up the Atlanta we know today. Having bought, sold, and remodeled several homes, Greg has an eye for the potential in houses and a thorough understanding of the design, construction and finishes that make a house responsive to the tastes and lifestyles of his clients. His skills in understanding needs and negotiation—honed in the corporate world—are invaluable when it comes to helping his clients reach the homes of their dreams. In addition to helping clients sell and find their perfect homes as a dedicated team member of Erin Yabroudy and Associates at Harry Norman REALTORS, Greg pursues his interests in art, history and community service. He has served on the board of the Friends of the Georgia Museum of Art and chaired its Collectors group, served on the board of the Athens Film Arts Institute, and on the Ware-Lyndon Historic House Committee. He is a member of the High Museum of Art, the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art, the Atlanta History Center, the Atlanta Art Forum and the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. He is also a volunteer with the Southwest Ecumenical Emergency Assistance Center, Open Hand and Habitat for Humanity. Greg was formerly Senior Vice President of Community Affairs for Bank of America and Director of Public Relations for the Council on Foundations. He holds a Masters in Arts in public communications from The American University and is a magna cum laude graduate of Birmingham-Southern College.
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