Greg Suess served as secretary and as a board member of Camp Southern Ground from its formation in 2010 until 2017, bringing strategic thought, leadership, and governance to the camp. He is the senior advisor at Bradley Media & Entertainment in the firm's Media & Entertainment and Corporate & Securities practice groups in Birmingham, AL.
Prior to joining Bradley, Greg was a partner at Glaser Weil, a leading Los Angeles-based, full-service law firm where he was with the firm for more than 24 years. He is a founding partner of Activist Artists Management, LLC (Activist.co), a top-tier, full-service music and talent management firm with offices in Los Angeles, New York, Nashville and Atlanta. Activist represents an A-list roster of music artists, actors, writers, directors, brands and family offices and was founded on the notion that artists, actors, brands and family offices can create positive change in the world through leveraging their voices via media and entertainment. He established and leads Activist’s Family Office & Corporate Division, which advises Forbes 400 families and emerging businesses at the cross-section of media, entertainment, and technology.
Greg graduated from the University of Southern California and earned his J.D. and M.B.A. from Pepperdine University’s School of Law and Graziadio School of Business, graduating in three years with honors while working for Michael Milken. He lives in Mountain Brook, Alabama, with his wife, Michelle Suess, and their two children, Avery and Wyatt.