Greg Taylor is the Executive Director of the NBA Foundation, where he is responsible for the strategic development, creation, and implementation of programs and partnerships that advance the foundation’s efforts to increase access and support for men and women of color. Additionally, Taylor oversees the administration of grants to national and local organizations that provide skills training, mentorship, coaching, and pipeline development. Previously, Taylor served as the Senior Vice President of Player Development for the NBA, leading the league’s initiatives to assist players in their personal, professional, and social development by building innovative programs in the areas of continuing education, financial management, and mental health and wellness. Prior to joining the NBA in 2013, Taylor served as the President and CEO of the Foundation for Newark’s Future, where he positioned the foundation as an influential voice in education reform, developed a Board of Directors comprised of distinguished local and national leaders, and raised $78 million in matching funds. Taylor was also previously the Vice President of Programs at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, where he established strong relationships with local and national organizations and led a series of economic, education, and youth development initiatives that supported youth and families of color. Beyond BRICK, Taylor serves on the Board of Directors for Athletes for Hope. Taylor graduated with honors from Hunter College of the City University of New York and earned a law degree from Indiana University Bloomington’s School of Law.