greg greiwe

Greg Greiwe, MEd

With over 30 years in the educational software industry, Greg has an extensive background in organizational Leadership, Professional Development, Customer Success, Project Management, and Curriculum and Instruction. He recently served as a Regional Professional Development Director at Imagine Learning where he managed a team of educational consultants and provided oversight of their inside sales accounts. As the Director of Instruction at PLATO Learning, Greg led cross-departmental teams in the planning, design, marketing, and deployment of their client service packages aligned to their K-12 product solutions. As the Vice-President of Professional Services at WIN Learning, Greg was tasked to restructure their Professional Services department by reducing travel costs, increasing customer satisfaction rates, and repurposing their service package offerings and training support materials for their internal and external customers.

During his tenure at Scholastic, Greg served as the Lead Project Manager providing oversight of the district-wide READ 180 implementations for the Columbus City Schools (OH) and Chicago Public Schools (IL). Greg’s accomplishments associated with these projects included the successful delivery of professional development and teacher cadre sessions; an adoption of a staff mentoring program; and the design of various progress monitoring tools used to measure student progress and program success.

As the Director of Instructional Technology and Staff Development for the Madison Local Schools (OH), Greg coordinated district training sessions, as a part of the ‘Madison Workshop Series’, which gained national recognition and attracted notable educators such as Dr. Rita Dunn, Dr. Bernice McCarthy and Dr. Madeline Hunter. Greg also served as an Adjunct Faculty member at Viterbo University (WI) teaching graduate level courses on Learning Styles and Brain Research.

Greg earned his B.A. in Elementary/Special Education at St. Leo University (FL) and M.Ed. in Educational Administration and Supervision at Xavier University (OH).

Greg and wife, Patti, currently reside in Cincinnati, OH, and have three (adult) children.