Greg Nance has run many of the most challenging footraces on the planet, including a 250KM ultramarathon across the Gobi Desert and a 200KM through the Malaysian jungle. He was named the “12 Ambassador” to the Seattle Seahawks where his running has appeared in TV commercials for Delta Air Lines. He is sponsored by Brooks Running where he writes popular articles on his training and race reflections. Professionally, Greg Nance founded Dyad.com, an online mentorship platform, while a Gates Scholar at Cambridge University. PayPal named the company Asia’s Most Promising Startup” in 2015. As a Truman Scholar at UChicago Greg co-founded Moneythink, a FinTech company honored by President Obama as a “Champion of Change” in 2012. In recognition of his work in global education, the Jefferson Awards for Public Service named Greg a “Globe Changer.”

Greg is excited about Network Capital’s ability to bring diverse people and perspectives together for enhanced understanding, insight and opportunities.

As a busy professional and distance runner, Greg struggled to balance work, life, and training. Below is a new article where he shares 7 steps that have helped him achieve balance between start-up leadership and ultra marathon preparation.

http://talk.brooksrunning.com/blog/2017/07/14/7-steps-to-balance-work-life-and-ultra-marathon-training/

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