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Greg has had a love of the written word since his days growing up in California in the 1970s.

While in high school, he started a newspaper, the Gryphon’s Tale at Crystal Springs Uplands School in Hillsborough CA, and later graduated cum laude and went to Yale.

While a freshman at Yale, Greg founded Eli Magazine, a political satire magazine. Later at Yale, Greg started the company that would become the Eli Global group of companies. In 1991 he launched Home Care Week, a reimbursement newsletter for home health agencies. Greg graduated from Yale magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with an honors in economics.

The founding theme of the high school newspaper, the undergraduate college magazine, and Home Care Week newsletter was Greg’s love of the written word. His earliest inspirations were publishers like William Randolph Hearst. He got the idea to start a newsletter company from Howard Ruff who published the Ruff Times, a newsletter that his mother subscribed to.

From Greg’s roots as a publisher, he is a strong believer in the freedom of the press and the freedom of the people.