Greg Ungru – Tallahassee, Florida
About Greg Ungru
Greg Ungru has joined Enterprise Florida in the position of vice president of development for Enterprise Florida’s Sports Development division, which comprises the Florida Sports Foundation (Florida Sports).
Greg is responsible for developing and implementing Florida Sports’ corporate partnership program. To build the program, he will pinpoint prospective partners, raise revenue and identify potential signature events for Florida Sports to own and manage.
Before Enterprise Florida, Ungru was at the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. But he spent more than a decade previously in government and public sector roles Ohio and Washington, D.C. as well as Florida—working for the Ohio Republican Party, Civil War Trust, and Republican Party of Florida. Additionally, Greg served as the Political Director for the McCollum for Governor campaign. Through the 2010 election cycle, he worked on the campaigns against Amendments 5 & 6. Protect Your Vote, Inc.
A native of Harrison, Ohio, Ungru was an Evans Scholar and earned his degree from The Ohio State University in 2000. Greg and his beautiful wife Jennifer and their daughter Elaine reside in Tallahassee.
Specialties: Greg is hardworking, knowledgeable, creative, and conscientious professional with experience in campaigns, government, history, internal communications, legislative affairs, law, media, non-profit organizations, and politics.
His Career Goals:
Greg loves politics and sports. It would be a career goal to figure out a way to blend the two together.
Why did he join the Sports Executives Association?
Greg joined SEA to find like minded professionals who are looking to improve their brand and their company.
How can you contact Greg?
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: http://www.flasports.com/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/Fla_Sports
- LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/
You can also connect with Greg inside our SEA Members Only – Facebook Group & Linkedin Group. These groups are for SEA Members to connect, ask questions, share ideas and grow your network in the sports industry. And, remember, the rule of networking is you have to give value in order to receive value!