Gregg Brown is a sought-after change and future of work strategist, author, and speaker who advises leaders and teams on how to lead and navigate the future of work, strategically and decisively.
Gregg is on the Forbes Coaching Council and was most recently invited to join Newsweek where he will be writing on Change Trends and The Future of Work. His ideas have been featured nationally and internationally in Forbes, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, Entrepreneur, Thrive Global, and on CTV's The Social, Global News, amongst others. He is the author of Ready, Set, Change AGAIN! and the Top 10 Change Hacks.
He has advised and spoken to CEOs & frontline workers, associations, governments, Fortune 500 companies, and leading-edge organizations. Gregg's engaged audiences from the UN, NATO, World Bank, Habitat for Humanity, the CDC, AirMiles, MGM, Manulife, and the Conference Board of Canada.
Gregg's interactive, customized keynotes combine organizational psychology, behavioral science, change management, and talent development - with a healthy dose of humor - to help you create the best future of work for you and your team.
He shows audiences that even in the midst of challenging situations, we can look for the opportunities that are available to serve our organization and the planet.
Dr. James L. Moore III is the vice provost for Diversity and Inclusion and chief diversity officer at The Ohio State University, while serving as the first executive director of the Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male. Additionally, Dr. Moore is the inaugural Education and Human Ecology (EHE) Distinguished Professor of Urban Education. From 2011 to 2015, he was an associate provost for Diversity and Inclusion at The Ohio State University, where he managed numerous programs and units. His research agenda focuses on school counseling, gifted education, urban education, higher education, multicultural education/counseling, and STEM education.
Dr. Moore is internationally-recognized for his work on African American males. He is frequently quoted, featured, or mentioned in popular publications such as the New York Times, Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, Chronicle of Higher Education, and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. He has co-edited five books; has over 100 publications; obtained over $16 million in grants, contracts, and gifts; and given over 200 scholarly presentations throughout the U.S. and internationally.
Dr. Moore received his B.A. in English Education from Delaware State University and both his M.A. Ed. and Ph.D. in Counselor Education from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He has received many prestigious awards, honors, and distinctions and was notably selected as the American Council on Education Fellow, an ACA Fellow, and a Big Ten Committee on Institutional Cooperation Academic Leadership Program Fellow.
Dr. Moore is a native of Lyman, SC and is married to Stephanie M. Moore, also from SC. They have 4 children.
Scott Pulsipher has served as President of Western Governors University, the nation’s premier nonprofit competency-based university, since April 2016, leading all academic, operational, and organizational functions. He cultivates a student-first environment by using technology and data to improve learning outcomes, graduation rates, employment, and overall student wellbeing.
Prior to joining WGU, Scott led several technology-based, customer-focused businesses, including Amazon, Sterling Commerce (now part of IBM), and two successful startups that traverse retail, supply chain, banking, payments, and manufacturing sectors.
He serves on multiple higher education and technology boards, including: Education Co-Chair for Committee for Economic Development, advisory board member at the Presidents Forum, a member of the Executive Committee on the Taskforce on Higher Education and Opportunity, and board member at the American Council on Education.
Scott holds an MBA from Harvard University and a bachelor's degree in Management from Brigham Young University.