Greg Larson has 30 years of experience in leading, managing and supporting public, non-profit and educational organizations. Most of his career was spent as a turnaround specialist, taking on troubled organizations and issues, and then helping to restore them operationally, financially and structurally. More recently he has been working with healthy organizations to meet emerging challenges and new opportunities.
Greg’s diverse experience includes rising from a legislative analyst to department head and deputy city manager for the City of San Jose, twice serving as city manager (Milpitas and Los Gatos), twice serving as director of Planning and Community Development (Scottsdale and Santa Cruz), president & CEO of United Way Silicon Valley, and chief deputy controller for the State of California. He has also been active professionally as past president of Cal-ICMA, a member of several conference planning and evaluation committees, supporting MMANC, and providing the Opening Invocation at the 2010 ICMA international conference.Back