Greg Duyck (he/him) brings an entrepreneurial approach to his work with client institutions, drawing upon two decades as a distinguished fundraising and executive search professional in higher education, academic medicine, and the broader nonprofit sector. His experience recruiting and managing talent at leading colleges, universities, and NGOs allows Greg to closely identify with his clients’ leadership challenges in order to outline successful solutions for them.
Greg’s experience includes serving as a senior associate vice president at Stony Brook University, where he led development efforts for 11 schools and colleges, managing a team of 30 people. His team accounted for more than $70 million in fundraising. As vice president for development at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Greg helped to close out the institution’s $600 million goal as part of UNC’s $2.4 billion Carolina First campaign. Prior to his 10-year tenure at Carolina, he held fundraising positions at Oregon Health and Sciences University and The Rhode Island Foundation and launched and managed his own consulting firm. Most recently, Greg served as a senior consultant for another national executive search firm, specializing in recruitments in the field of philanthropy.
Greg is a frequent presenter at conferences ranging from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) to the Council on Foundations, and has published several articles and three book chapters related to fundraising. Greg recently completed the eCornell certificate program in Diversity and Inclusion, which focuses on improving employee engagement, counteracting unconscious bias and fostering an inclusive work climate.