Greg Crawford’s leadership of the Vocational Program has brought countless hours of satisfying work to individuals with developmental disabilities.
“Providing support for the people in our program is very rewarding. To help an individual find a job, see them excel, and then be proud on pay day – that is what my job is all about. I’ve been in this field for more than 40 years and seen many, many changes. At the end of the day our primary focus remains the same – supporting the people who participate in our program.”
Greg works hard to develop and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with area businesses to provide job opportunities for individuals in the Vocational Program and a source of quality, dedicated workers for area businesses. He has worked to create and maintain contracts with large organizations such as HydroHoist, Unifirst, and the cities of Claremore and Grove.
A native Californian, Greg holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Northeastern State University. Greg is a talented woodworker and often provides creations for Home of Hope silent auctions. He and his wife enjoy landscaping the home they share with their dogs. They also enjoy traveling and spending time with their children and grandchildren.