Hello! I’m Gregory Nesmith, CPC, ELI-MP. I explore how Underdogs keep our swagger in today's society & culture. I’m an entrepreneur, Underdog advocate, published author, certified coach, and investor.
Founder & CEO of UNderdogStuff® company and host of UNderdogStuff® live radio show & podcast. I work with business and community difference makers as a speaker, content creator, emcee of motivational live events, and facilitating leadership development programs.
I’m a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and Certified in Energy Leadership (ELI-MP). Trained at Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC), which is a program that is fully accredited by the International Coach Federation. In addition, I’m Sr. Consultant on special projects at the leadership development companies Think Human and HireLearners.
I’m a former Fortune 100 company global marketing executive, that focused on leading the turnaround of brands and teams at Mondelez International (Formerly Kraft Foods), that left my 16 year career three years ago to go spread special stuff to Underdogs.
My recent personal and professional life reboot has included co-founding a community real estate investment company (EMH United), co-founding a NYC men’s lifestyle & coaching brand (Dudes of Disruption), co-hosting a politics & news talk radio show for black millennials on WURD 96.1 FM Philly (WURD Up Show), searching for and finding his biological parents, moving to Harlem in NYC, and more. I reset my personal and professional life and now help other Underdogs, teams and individuals, do the same.
You can read more about the early days of my journey from corporate life to entrepreneur life in the SUCCESS Magazine article “How to Leave Your Boring Job.” I didn’t think my old career was that boring, but they picked the title. And Black To Business shares about one of things I’m up to now in their recent article “31 Black Men Who Are Changing the Face of Entrepreneurship.”
Thanks for checking out my website. Let’s work together to help talented Underdogs keep their swagger in today's society & culture. "Can't nobody do it like you do it, NOBODY!" -G.N.Contact Me