Gregg Fraley

Gregg Fraley

Gregg Fraley is a published author and a creativity & innovation consultant. He’s also a public speaker and storyteller. He’s performed stories or keynote speeches to audiences around the world on the topics of creativity and innovation, and told stories for Michiana audiences as part of the Indigan Storyteller group. Gregg lives in Three Oaks, Michigan. His book, Jack’s Notebook, a business novel about creative problem solving, is used at various schools, including Berkeley, Cambridge, and St. John’s. Gregg performed as a stand up comedian, working regionally in the Midwest in the 80’s. Later after moving to Chicago, he did improvisational training and performances with Players Workshop of Second City and iO Theater. Gregg was a booth announcer and on-air host of several live programs in Cincinnati, Ohio for Warner Amex Cable’s experimental QUBE system. While there he won an Emmy for his producing work on “Cincinnati Alive,” and a cable ACE award for Innovation for his work on an interactive fantasy game show called “Swordquest.” His segment “Music and the Vet” honoring Vietnam War Veterans won an Ohio Governors Award. He was the summer host for a live game show, “Screen Test,” and he contributed segments for news programs, documentaries, sports, community, and entertainment programming at the station. Prior to his work at QUBE, Gregg was a camera operator at WLWT-TV5 in Cincinnati and a photography stringer for the Associated Press.

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