Greg Woodburn is passionate about making each day a masterpiece. He proudly calls his sister Dallas his role model and best friend. He currently lives in New York City and visits California often.
Greg has worked with the Clinton Global Initiative, Right To Play, USC Athletics, and other organizations dedicated to social impact through education, sports, community development, and partnerships. He has traveled throughout Africa and Southeast Asia through his work with Give Running, a nonprofit organization he founded that brings together and builds up young people through running and service to promote character traits and skills for success in life. His leadership of Give Running has been profiled in People Magazine and Reader’s Digest; and recognized with prestigious honors including the Pac-12 Leadership Award, Congressional Award Gold Medal, Jefferson Award for Public Service, and as a Rhodes Scholar Finalist.
Greg earned his MBA with honors from the USC Marshall School of Business. Prior to that, he graduated summa cum laude from USC with a BA in History and double minor in Entrepreneurship and Painting, among other honors including the highest student-athlete GPA.
A competitive distance runner since age seven, Greg walked on the USC Men’s Track & Field Team for four years: he was elected Distance Team Captain as a senior and then served as the team’s Assistant Distance Coach the following season. He continues to train and race, including recently qualifying for the Boston Marathon.