Corey Green: Brand Planning Director

Whether road-tripping down the coast of Australia or spending two weeks with a native chief in Fiji, Corey approaches every day as a chance to go exploring. And he dreams big.

For instance, Corey left Texas to pursue his degree at the University of Missouri, which he felt fairly sure would land him his dream job behind the anchor desk at ESPN. When the sports gig began to look as distant as far-flung eastern Australia, Corey simply retrained his gaze upon the interesting world of brand planning – first at a small shop in SoHo, then at the not-so-small Grey NY, where he worked on brands that ranged from Captain Morgan to Ally Bank. Eventually, Corey and his high school sweetheart felt Texas tugging them back. So when The Richards Group called, the couple came happily home.

A Grouper since 2011, Corey crafts brand strategies for Orkin, The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Choctaw Casinos and Resorts, AE Dairy and Woody Creek Distillers. Though he still pretends he’s an ESPN anchor when the Mizzou Tigers are on TV.

Corey Green: Brand Planning Director

Whether road-tripping down the coast of Australia or spending two weeks with a native chief in Fiji, Corey approaches every day as a chance to go exploring. And he dreams big.

For instance, Corey left Texas to pursue his degree at the University of Missouri, which he felt fairly sure would land him his dream job behind the anchor desk at ESPN. When the sports gig began to look as distant as far-flung eastern Australia, Corey simply retrained his gaze upon the interesting world of brand planning – first at a small shop in SoHo, then at the not-so-small Grey NY, where he worked on brands that ranged from Captain Morgan to Ally Bank. Eventually, Corey and his high school sweetheart felt Texas tugging them back. So when The Richards Group called, the couple came happily home.

A Grouper since 2011, Corey crafts brand strategies for Orkin, The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Choctaw Casinos and Resorts, AE Dairy and Woody Creek Distillers. Though he still pretends he’s an ESPN anchor when the Mizzou Tigers are on TV.