Originally from Toronto, Gregg moved to Montreal for love in 1992 after many years as a student and lecturer in Australia, England and Germany. Gregg has a long history as a gay activist starting with the GLF movement in Sydney in the early 1970’s, along with involvement in several LGBT teaching organizations in London, as well as being on the collective of “Gay Left,” a UK socialist journal produced by gay men.
When he arrived in Montreal, Gregg became involved with Comité Sida Aide Montréal until it folded. At that point, he began volunteering with Gay Line, a relationship that lasted for 20 years and included time as President and Trainer.
Gregg brings managerial experience to ACCM’s board, which he gained as the Director of the Career Planning Service (CaPS) at McGill University from the 1990’s until his retirement in 2012. The innovative “Careers and Queers” workshop was amongst his many initiatives. He was also the Chair of McGill’s Queer Equity Committee for 6 years and he received the Principal’s Award for Administrative and Support Staff in 2010.