Greg Bluestein has gone full circle with the DLE Culture Chat, advancing from featured speaker to the newest member of the dedicated volunteer team that produces the popular monthly program.
A zealot on the topic of leadership and championship winning football coach, Greg received rave reviews for his May 14 Culture Chat program, Leading Regardless of Title: Keeping Yourself and Your Peers Accountable. In case you missed it, click here to watch the video on the DLE YouTube Channel.
“My primary goal as a coach and educator is to teach and develop leadership skills among tomorrow’s leaders. Joining the DLE Culture Chat team allows me to reach more young minds across the country and the world. At the same time, the amazing people that I am joining in this journey are sharp, egoless and enthusiastic professionals who will help to further develop my skills as a leader; all while networking with some of the best minds in the world. It is an honor and a privilege to be a part of it,” shares Greg, who has coached teams to win three Massachusetts State Football Championships [GK1] as Varsity Football Defensive Coordinator of Everett (MA) High School.
Greg holds a Bachelor’s in English Literature from the University of Massachusetts Boston and a Master’s in Athletic Administration from Endicott College. His journey into leadership development came through a sudden understanding at a football clinic in 2017, where Clemson assistant coach Kyle Richardson gave a presentation about how coaching is more about building relationships and less about winning.
He has been an educator for Everett High School since 2011, holding multiple positions, including 7th grade English teacher, high school math teacher and most recently, high school guidance counselor. His coaching career at Everett began ten years ago as a volunteer assistant.