greg sexton


Greg is a storyteller. As a professional journalist for nearly 20 years, Greg wrote for newspapers and magazines around the Southwest. As a reporter, bureau chief, editor and general manager, Greg has written extensively about the business, culture and people around the West.

Greg has written and provided editorial leadership initiatives for the Arizona Republic, the East Valley Tribune, Phoenix Gazette, Gallup Independent, Silver City (NM) Sun-News and served as editor in chief of Arizona Business Magazine, Arizona Commercial Real Estate Magazine and Arizona Home and Design Magazine.

For the past 15 years, Greg has focused his storytelling expertise in the public relations, social media and communications industry. As a PR professional, Greg has represented some of the nation’s largest health care, retail and B2B brands – working with local, national, spot market and trade media. Greg has placed earned media stories in magazines and newspapers around the world – from the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, NPR and more, Greg has worked extensively with clients to hone their messages and ensure brands are presented in the most positive light – always with underlying business goals in mind.

Greg has worked for some of the largest advertising and PR agencies in the Southwest and has represented numerous large, national brands – both privately and publicly-held. CEO coaching, media training, speech writing, media relations, crisis communications and corporate public relations counsel all are second nature to Greg.

Born and raised in the Greater Phoenix area, Greg earned his journalism degree at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Today, Greg lives with his wife and two children (and his affable Golden Retriever, Casper) in Scottsdale, Arizona.

  • Ran a news bureau on the Navajo reservation
  • Was Sports Editor at the State Press at ASU
  • Storyteller and fisherman — it’s the same thing
  • Born and raised in Scottsdale (the poor part)
  • Has two teenagers, enough said

Comparison is the thief of joy.

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