Greg Storch is a retired Naval Officer and former Chief Information Officer of an overseas military hospital with 25 years of experience in Information Technology (IT), Human Resources, and Leadership Development. He held significant leadership positions in both the military and private sector. While on active duty, Greg served as a Company Commander for a Medical Surgical Company and the Health Services Detachment Commander with Combat Service Support Battalion-18 during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He also filled the role as Department Head for Information Management at the Navy’s largest hospital in San Diego. After his military retirement, he became the Director for Civilian Human Resources at a military hospital where he was responsible for 250 federal healthcare workers. After relocating to the Washington, DC area to join a fast-growing IT company, Greg successfully served in several roles including Operations Manager, Program Manager, Sr. Program Manager, and Director for IT contracts at the Departments of State, Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development. He has managed teams ranging from 3 people to 300 people within all areas of IT Service Delivery, including Software Development. Greg is a Certified Project Management Professional and an active member of the John Maxwell Team as a Certified Speaker, Coach, and Trainer. In 2018, he participated in “Transformation Costa Rica”, in partnership with the John Maxwell Leadership Foundation, where they trained over 15,000 community leaders in values-based roundtables at the invitation of their president.

Greg recently founded his own Coaching and Leadership Development Company, Lion Enterprise, LLC, a Service Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business in Northern Virginia, His passion has always centered around leadership and creating positive work cultures by focusing on the human aspect of human resources. As a coach, Greg works with companies who have promoted employees into management positions, finding themselves responsible for other employees for the first time in their careers, to ensure they succeed in their new roles. He also works with Human Resources Departments to help them successfully screen external candidates for leadership roles and to develop internal employees through career paths that prepare them for management positions in the future.