Henry D. Gregory, Jr.
Henry D. "Greg" Gregory, Jr. founded IDI in 1989. Under Gregory's leadership, the company has developed 115 million square feet of industrial space and has been consistently ranked as one of the nation's top developers of industrial real estate. Gregory's family - wife Amanda, daughter Alice and son Drew - is Greg's top personal priority, followed by his participation and dedication to conservation and community service. In 2006, Gregory was named to the board of The Beltline Partnership, a public-private organization established to help re-develop 22 miles of railroad right of way in the city of Atlanta. He is a trustee of the Woodruff Arts Center, as well as the former real estate chairman of the center's Campaign Cabinet. He is a former chairman of the National Real Estate Council for The Trust for Public Land (TPL) and a life member of The Trust for Public Land Georgia Advisory Council. He has helped raise millions of dollars for TPL programs from various private and public donors, and through Congressional appropriations. He also is chairman of the Investment Committee for the Chattahoochee River Land Protection Campaign and a founding member of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Foundation Board of Visitors. In the past, Mr. Gregory has served as a board member of The Atlanta Opera, a board member of Public Broadcasting Atlanta, a board member of the Crossroads Community Ministries, and a practitioner/lecturer at the University of Georgia Terry Business School. Gregory has a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Georgia - Athens, Ga. He is a member of Urban Land Institute (ULI); Southern Center for International Studies; Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR); Japan-America Society.