“I told … Greg Hale, an Arkansas farm and event-production- and-visual wizard, whom I’ve known since he was four years old, that I imagined a sea of people waving small American flags as the backdrop, and they teased me about doing my own advance work.” - Hillary Clinton, “What Happened,” Simon & Schuster, 2017
“Mr. Hale’s campaign apex, though, arrived on Monday … Mr. Hale carried off Mrs. Clinton’s largest campaign event to date: a more-than-10,000-person evening rally in Columbus, Ohio, that surrounded her with well-lit college students across a sprawling university lawn.” - The New York Times profile, October 2016
Whether it is well-lit college students or the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (you know, Will and Kate), Greg creates world-class events for private sector, political and non-profit clients at the local, state, national and international levels. Greg’s expertise brings even the simplest of events to life - communicates messages, inspires action and reaches audiences onsite and online.
Greg is a 20-year veteran of communications, scheduling and advance, where he worked on behalf of the Obama and Clinton Administrations and on five presidential campaigns, beginning with Clinton-Gore ‘96. At the end of the day, Greg aims to leverage his work in the private sector, on the campaign trail and with non-profit organizations for good. He has organized multiple events to raise awareness and support for the internationally recognized ONE campaign, including a series of high-level delegation trips to Africa. He has organized hundreds of events for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, building one of the largest veteran-focused employment programs in the world and providing jobs to thousands of veterans who would otherwise be out of work. Greg has managed events and advance operations for national non-profit clients to Fortune 500 companies, including the Discovery Channel and The Ford Motor Company.
The DeQueen, Arkansas native has strong roots in South Arkansas, where he’s a third-generation cattle farmer, which The New York Times profiled in an October 2016 article about Greg’s life on the farm and the campaign trail. In 2009, Governor Mike Beebe appointed Greg to the Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission. Greg attended the University of Arkansas. He is an avid marathon runner and when he is not working, he enjoys spending time on his farm and with his wife, Mica, and stepson, Eli. He resides in Little Rock.