About me

About me

Brought up in Goleta California, Greg Van Wyk is the second to last kid in a group of 9.

Schooling has been in the Van Wyk Family DNA for ages. Greg’s granddad, Arnold Van Wyk, was a head at Bismarck High School in North Dakota until moving the family (counting Greg’s dad, Garrett) to Santa Maria, where Arnold filled in as administrator of schools. Two of Greg’s three siblings are educators, one in San Diego, one more established an old style training school in Santa Barbara. One of Greg’s three sisters works in directing at Santa Barbara City College. Schooling is essential to Greg and he sees himself as lucky to be in the situation to reward understudies looking for information.

Coming from a huge family, it’s straightforward Greg’s primary goal and enthusiasm is his family. Greg and his significant other, Shelley, are the glad guardians of three young men; Guitner, Hal and Boden. Shelley moved on from the University of Wisconsin, while Greg is a University of California at Santa Barbara graduate having finished his undergrad four year certification in liberal arts degree in business financial matters with an accentuation in bookkeeping, in just 3 years. Greg graduated with truly incredible distinctions in 1997.

Greg has filled in as a guaranteed public bookkeeper, a global broker, an enrolled trustee and for the beyond 19 years as a speculation counselor to a select demographic. Greg showed budget report investigation as a teacher in the University of California at Santa Barbara augmentation program.

Greg Van Wyk

Greg has served in various humanitarian capacities with regards to different causes including the Dream Foundation, Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation, Emmaus of Santa Barbara and the St. Francis Hospital Foundation.

The Dream Foundation serves in critical condition grown-ups and their families by giving finish of-life Dreams that offer motivation, solace and conclusion.

The Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation advocates for families in the Central Coast with a youngster going through malignant growth therapy by giving monetary, instructive and basic encouragement.

While Greg profoundly values his time serving every commendable foundation, he is particularly glad for his initial work with Emmaus of Santa Barbara. Emmaus was an instructive association focused on engaging youngsters to break the patterns of misuse, savagery, fixation and other damaging practices by giving the strategies, abilities, and direction fundamental for them to understand their self-esteem, realize their true capacity, and learn liability to self and others. Emmaus tried to enable in danger youth, and the absolute generally defenseless and deprived locally.

Greg is confident that through this grant he and his family can help add to the youthful personalities that will help shape, motivate and lead of training and proceeded with charity to the future.