Greg D’Elia – Minister Counselor for Political Affairs at the US Embassy in Ottawa
Attend the Leadership Lab’s exclusive event featuring Greg D’Elia, U.S. Embassy Minister Counselor for Political Affairs. He will share insights into Canada-U.S. relations and technology policy issues.
Solot’s remarks caused new board member Sarah Byrnes to hesitate before voting for April Stainback; both she and Rose Huber ultimately cast their ballots in her favor, who ultimately received eight out of nine votes cast in this election.
Early Life and Education
Greg D’elia hails from New Jersey. At Fairfield Prep he earned all conference team recognition as well as earning Scholar Athlete status his junior and senior years.
He currently resides in Upper Moreland Township, Pennsylvania with his wife and children for around 15 years, becoming an active part of his community by participating in several committees and serving on them.
Mr. Keillor has led numerous high-profile projects, providing successful strategic advice in three significant Supreme Judicial Court decisions. Additionally, he specializes in white collar defense, congressional investigations, complex civil litigation and crisis response – having obtained declinations or favorable resolutions for clients accused of financial fraud, money laundering, securities fraud or insider trading allegations.
Greg’s professional career spans over two decades in the Transmission Industry. He enjoys working with people and solving problems.
He strongly believes that buildings are more than physical structures; they provide dynamic experiences for human occupants of spaces like Detroit’s Shinola Hotel systems and leading engineering project teams are among his proudest accomplishments.
Personal interests for Sean include writing and board gaming. He supports charities for children and women while enjoying watching movies, with Sean Aston and Lynn Whitfield having recently finished production on a feature film project together.
Achievement and Honors
The Leadership Lab at Toronto Metropolitan University is delighted to host an exclusive event featuring Greg D’Elia, Minister Counselor for Political Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa. Join him and learn about his impressive career path and current policy issues he is dealing with!
D’Elia is an active community member and his two children attend Upper Moreland schools. Additionally, he was a four-year varsity swimmer at Fairfield Prep where he served as captain during his final year.
President’s Employee of the Year for 2024. At an awards ceremony held Sept 14 at 1800 Grant St, alongside nine other employees of CU system administration, he received a plaque and $1,000 award as recognition of his exceptional job performance. It marks his inaugural honor.
She was truly blessed with so much love in her life from family, friends, and the wonderful staff at Overlook Masonic Health Post Acute Center. Additionally, she found great enjoyment spending time with her great grandchildren.
Gregorio and Laura have called Upper Moreland home since 2009. He’s an avid Boston and University of Michigan fan, loves live music concerts and trivia nights and supports ASAPROSAR (an NGO in Central America).
In addition to his professional life, Gregorio is also an engaged community member and proud father of two sons enrolled at University of Montana schools. He believes education should be guided by data, and is dedicated to making sure UMSD utilizes its resources wisely.
D’Elia has amassed an extensive body of work throughout his long career in television directing, with episodes for various series such as Chicago Hope and Ally McBeal among them. Furthermore, he served as producer on shows like Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Doogie Howser M.D, Harts of the West Beverly Hills 90210 Northern Exposure Picket Fences to name just a few.
D’Elia has written and released multiple stand-up comedy specials as well as two parody rap albums. He is most well known for his roles on NBC sitcom Whitney (playing Alex Miller) and Undateable (Danny Burton).
D’Elia made his acting debut in 2019 as Henderson in Netflix’s thriller series You. Additionally, he has appeared in various other TV shows and podcasts and currently lives with his wife and two children in Upper Moreland Township, Pennsylvania.