Greg joined the faculty of St. Andrew's College in 2000 as Director of Athletics and was promoted to Assistant Headmaster (School Life and Operations) in September 2012. His current responsibilities include overseeing all aspects of student life, leadership, and discipline.
He earned BA, B.P.H.E.(Hons.) and B.Ed. degrees from Queen’s University and completed an M.Ed. degree in Educational Administration at OISE, University of Toronto. Greg is also a graduate of the CAIS Leadership Institute and holds the professional designation of Certified Athletic Administrator (CAA).
Greg has an extensive teaching background, having taught physical and health education, outdoor ed., special ed., co-op ed., mathematics, geography, and science, at both the elementary and secondary levels in four schools in York Region. Prior to moving to SAC, he was the Head of P.H.E. and the Elite Athlete Program at King City Secondary School. He is a past President of the York Region Athletic Association (YRAA), past Chair of the Conference of Independent Schools’ Athletic Association (CISAA) and held the position of Boys' OFSAA representative for six years. Greg has convened and hosted numerous CAIS and OFSAA tournaments at SAC and is a past Chair of the OFSAA Sport Advisory Committee for lacrosse.
Greg has been the Head Coach of St. Andrew's 1st Lacrosse team since 2004, winning numerous tournaments and championships including nine straight OFSAA appearances and five OFSAA medals (gold in 2007). He has coached hockey at all levels and is currently an assistant coach with SAC's JV Hockey team. Greg assisted in the design of the School's upper fields project, which resulted in the outstanding Yuill Family Athletic Complex, and recently consulted on the design and construction of the School's new La Brier Family Arena.
Greg was an assistant coach in the Team Ontario Field Lacrosse program for four years, volunteers his time coaching hockey and lacrosse in the community, and is currently the Director of High School Teams for Evolve Elite Lacrosse. He holds multiple coaching certifications as well as qualifications in scuba, canoeing, and challenge course management. As a retired Sergeant-Major in the Infantry and Armoured Reserves, Greg takes a special interest in the Cadet Corps program where he holds the rank of Lieutenant.
Greg lives with his wife, Chryssi (an elementary school teacher), and their two sons, Bowen (SAC '15, Queen's '19) and Brayden (SAC '18).