Greg Lowman is a partner at Sphere Consulting. Sphere Consulting is the Center for American Entrepreneurship’s communications partner.
Greg brings over 10 years of experience in public affairs and media relations to the critical mission of CAE. Greg currently leads Sphere’s financial services, aerospace and defense, and government representation practice groups offering clients public affairs counsel across crisis communications, lobbying, and media relations.
At Sphere, Greg has represented leading entrepreneurs from the U.S and Canada, including Chip Wilson, the founder of lululemon and Dan Gilbert, the Chairman and founder of Quicken Loans. Additionally, he has worked with leading authorities and funders of start-up technologies such as Don and Alex Tapscott of the Blockchain Research Institute. He has also worked on behalf of leading global investment banks, mortgage lenders, and global asset managers on entrepreuership initiatives and public policy surrounding economic growth and new business formation.
Prior to CAE, Sphere and Greg represented John Dearie, CAE’s Founder and President during the launch of his book, “Where the Jobs Are: Entrepreneurship and the Soul of the American Economy” (Wiley 2013).
Before Sphere, Greg was a Government Affairs Director at the Financial Services Roundtable. Greg was also once an entrepreneur himself as Co-founder of MindTank Consulting, which provided management consulting services to small and medium sized businesses in Montreal, Canada. Greg received his Bachelor of Commerce in Finance, Entrepreneurship, and International Business from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.