THE SIGNORELLI COMPANY
Chief Operating Officer
Education & Affiliations
University of Notre Dame - B.B.A. Accounting
Board Member, HAY Center, a program of Harris County CPS
Co-Founder of Foster Success initiative supporting aged-out foster youth
Senior Fellow of American Leadership Forum, Class XXXll
Former Board Member, Finance Chair, Memorial Park Conservancy
Former Advisory Board, Houston Parks Board
Former Board Member, Downtown Houston Alliance
Former Board Member, Operations Chair, Hilton Americas Hotel
Former Board Member, Executive Committee Houston Katrina/Rita Fund
Former Chairman, President and Board Member, The Park People
Chairman, Mayor's Convention Hotel Advisory Group
Big Brother, Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Throughout his professional career Greg has been actively engaged in community service focusing his efforts on at risk youth, park and green space, improving Houston's downtown and increasing its convention business.
As Chief Operating Officer, Greg leads the Signorelli Company's daily operations. He brings with him over 25 years of leadership experience in real estate. Prior joining the Signorelli Company, Greg was at WEDGE Incorporated since 1995, and became President and Chief Executive Officer in 2012. Prior to his appointment as CEO, Greg served 12 years as the president of WEDGE Real Estate Holdings, Inc., and was responsible for a real estate portfolio that included hotels, office, industrial, and self-storage properties. He was instrumental in overseeing the company's operational performance and all real estate acquisitions, development, and growth opportunities.
Greg also practiced as a Certified Public Accountant with national accounting firms specializing in tax and financial consulting to the real estate industry. He attended the University of Notre Dame and earned a Bachelors of Business in Accounting in 1981. He has led efforts for Mayors Brown and White on the Discovery Green land acquisition, feasibility of Hilton Americas, development of Houston Pavilions, and establishing the Houston Katrina/Rita fund.