Co-director of the Center; Founding faculty advisor of IDEA
Daniel S. Gregory is on the faculty of Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business where he is co-director of the Center for Entrepreneurship Education. Dan is the founding faculty advisor to IDEA, Northeastern’s venture accelerator
Prior to joining Northeastern, Dan has played a key role in strategic planning, organizational development, and generating initial revenues for multiple start-up and early stage companies. His industry focus is publishing and digital media, utilizing information technologies to deliver customized content to the business and education markets.
Dan’s entrepreneurial experience includes roles as CEO, a member of senior management teams, and in leading an independent consulting practice. He has been effective in developing, growing, and maintaining high value strategic relationships between companies, research centers, and major universities. As an entrepreneur, he has had extensive partnering experience with leading publishing and digital media companies, including Fortune Magazine, Intuit, Microsoft, Harvard Business School Publishing, Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, and others.
Dan has a BA from Wesleyan University and an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he concentrated on Marketing and Entrepreneurial Management.