Greg is the second of three Bowes generations in the Pemi community. He was a camper in the early 1970s. His father, David, was a camper in the 1940s during World War II. More recently, both of his sons, David and Daniel, have been campers and counselors. They are all believers that a summer at a traditional camp, away from the world’s troubles, can be among the happiest and most formative childhood experiences. Moreover, they believe that perpetuation of institutions like Pemi, with strong core values focused on the common good, is intrinsically valuable. Greg graduated from Bowdoin College in 1983 where he is an Emeritus Trustee and spent his career in finance with various firms before co-founding and serving as Managing Principal of Albright Capital Management, which makes private investments in emerging markets, seeking financial gains from the resolution of social and developmental problems. His professional responsibilities have included service on various corporate boards.