Meet, Greg! Greg has been with Soren since its inception back in 2011 and plays an important role in the growth and success of Soren thus far. Jason, president, and owner of Soren says, Greg was one of Soren’s foundational hires during our start-up period. 9 years later, he continues to raise the standard as a leader and through his individual performance.  During his tenure, Greg quickly progressed from Capacity Analysts into a Strategic Account Manager and Team Leader. He continues to manage one of Soren’s largest customers and has proven to be one of our most valued employees. His dedication and willingness to exceed customers’ expectations has set a precedent for both Soren employees and the customers he services.” We are thrilled to have Greg on the team and proud to introduce you to him!

Here are some fun facts about Greg:

What brought you to Soren?  Jason Buchanan, Soren’s President

How is Soren different than other companies you’ve worked for? The culture is way better.

Which Soren core value means the most to you and why? You control your progression.  There is only so far anyone here at Soren can take you.  At some point, you have to start making your mark in your own creative way.

Do you have any advice for new or potential Soren employees? Come ready to work!

Tell us a little bit about your family…Michelle and I got married back in 2008 and have 5 amazing kids

Where is your favorite place to be? Caribbean beach with white sand and crystal clear water

What s your favorite movie or TV show?  Bourne series – Identity, Supremacy and Ultimatum

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be? Bananas and Nutella

If you could meet anyone living or dead, who would it be? Not sure…?

If you were stuck on an island what three things would you bring?  Sunscreen, freshwater, and a sniper rifle

People would be surprised if they knew…One of my bucket list life goals is to be in a high-speed pursuit.  Seeing that I’m not a cop, it is pretty unlikely that I’d be the pursuer.  I guess that means I’ll have to find a reason to run someday when an unsuspecting cop tries to pull me over.