Grant Gregory is Chairman of Gregory & Hoenemeyer, Inc., a prestigious advisory and private equity firm currently providing strategic services to the Chinese, U.S. and European Firms and HNW individuals. Mr. Gregory’s professional expertise includes Corporate Governance and Ethical Business Practices, mergers and acquisitions, and tax policy. He has served successfully in numerous leadership roles as chairman of the board, CEO, investment banker, merchant banker and director of public, private and non-profit corporations. He has served as the chairman of audit, governance, and compensation committees for a number of New York Stock Exchange member companies (Chrysler, MCI, Renaissance Hotels Inc.). As an advisor to clients, he has coordinated multiple law firms in complex securities and tax litigation matters; has supervised special fraud and securities investigations; and advised on risk management and director & officer liability issues. He is a Founder of DoubleClick, Inc. After completing 24 years with Touche Ross & Co. (Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu) Mr. Gregory retired as Chairman of the Board. He led global teams in a wide range of industries and countries while servicing the firm’s 100 largest clients with responsibility for the Washington D.C. Service Center, the Financial Service Center and opening the firm’s first office in the People’s Republic of China. His public service roles included governmental appointments as Executive Co-Chairman of the United States Privatization Council, and U.S. Trade Representative's Advisory Committee on International Trade in Services. He currently serves as Chairman Emeritus of the National Forest Foundation in Washington, D.C., Director Emeritus of The National Board of Directors of Junior Achievement, Director Emeritus of Wyoming Wildlife Foundation, and was Director of the LPGA. He was named "Businessman of the Year" by the Big Brothers of America, is an active member of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Advisory Board, serves as a Strategic Advisor to Home Instead, Inc. and is a Director of the Greenwich Leadership Forum. Mr. Gregory graduated with distinction from the University of Nebraska in 1964, where he was later awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters, as well as The Builder Award, the University's highest non-academic recognition. He has completed advanced management courses at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business, at New York University, and attended the Air Force War College.