Teaching Assistant Professor
Graduate Programs • Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Operations

Koelbel - 402U


Gregg’s primary expertise in supply chain management focuses on creating innovative supply chain solutions for Fortune 1000 clients and businesses throughout the high tech, consumer product, life science, and industrial verticals. Gregg is currently on the faculty of the Leeds School of Business in Supply Chain Strategy and Innovation. Prior to coming to the University of Colorado, Gregg was the Director of the Supply Chain Services at Celerant Consulting Americas headquartered in Boston, MA. Previously, Gregg was the Director of Strategic Sourcing for CH2MHill, a $6.2B engineering design and industrial construction company. Prior roles include being a leader of industrial supply chain consulting for UPS Supply Chain Solutions designing logistics and network modeling strategies for larger industrial, manufacturing, and distribution clients in the US, Europe, and the Pacific Rim. His consulting experience includes time with advisory services at Ernst & Young, Coopers & Lybrand (dba IBM Global Services), and Arthur Andersen (dba Accenture).

Gregg has completed Executive MBA studies from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School, has an MS in Applied Math and Operations Research from the University of California, Irvine and has his BS in Mathematics from Regis College, Denver Colorado. He is a member of the editorial advisory board for Electronics Supply and Manufacturing magazine and is a speaker in the area of supply chain strategy and international outsourcing.