Greg Curtis is the Deputy General Counsel at Patagonia and has been with the organization since 2014. He advises across a wide range of areas – global commercial transactions, Tin Shed Ventures, Patagonia Provisions, operations, R&D and innovation, philanthropy and charitable activities, among many other areas.
Prior to Patagonia, Greg was an M&A lawyer for United Technologies and its subsidiary Pratt & Whitney in Hartford, Connecticut, and spent a number of years in private practice in the Bay Area and Providence, Rhode Island. He graduated law school from the University of Connecticut and undergraduate from Brown University.
In his spare time, Greg surfs with his two children and runs with his yellow Labrador, shuttles kids to sports, and he reads everything he can on the evolving landscape of benefit corporations, purpose-driven business models and multi-stakeholder capitalism.