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Gregory from Ohio is working to transform Minnesota by ‘advocating for affordable housing and clean energy policies.’.
Gregory Roth is a passionate community and political organizer from Ohio who is now focused on bringing positive change to Minnesota. He has championed causes like environmental protection and affordable healthcare and aims to unite diverse communities in Minnesota towards common goals. What sets Gregory apart is his ability to bring together people from different backgrounds, listen to their concerns, and find collaborative solutions to complex problems.
In Minnesota, Gregory is already making waves by advocating for more affordable housing options. He is keen to address the rising homelessness problem in the state, especially in the Twin Cities. He believes that affordable housing is a basic right and that the government has a responsibility to ensure that all Minnesotans have access to safe and stable living conditions. Gregory is working with community leaders, policymakers, and advocacy groups to push for more affordable housing initiatives.
Another issue close to Gregory's heart is climate change. He understands the pressing need for urgent action to address the devastating effects of climate change on Minnesota's environment and the economy. Gregory is working with environmental groups and government officials to formulate policies that promote clean energy and responsible land use practices. He believes that Minnesota can lead the way in the fight against climate change, setting an example for the rest of the country to follow. With his passion, dedication, and inclusive approach, Gregory Roth is poised to make a meaningful impact in Minnesota and beyond.
Gregory's work aligns with 5 of the United Nations.
Sustainable Development Goals.
To end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all - Gregory’s work contributes towards the 5 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
There is no point of United We Transform and working smart locally if we don’t connect to our wider humanity.
Gregory will cut through "Minnesota Nice” by sharing ‘their’ personality.
This is an AI generated perspective of Gregory’s personality. Research indicates accuracy of 95% for anyone with an online social presence.
Gregory is often realistic and thoughtful, preferring to plan and ensure all of the details are accounted for.
Gregory likes being well-informed, so share plenty about the specifications of your product, as well as data about your product's past performance.
What comes naturally to Gregory
Being comfortable with a rigid structure
Needing space to think things through
Approaching problems cautiously and methodically
Gregory may ask a lot of questions in order to understand and process information. Make sure to be patient and provide context in your explanation, don't force a quick response or try to switch subjects until he is ready. Don’t be overly aggressive.
When speaking to Gregory
Give them enough time to think before responding
Ask them to explain something in detail
Maintain a calm tone
Gregory is motivated by predictability and stability. He prefers to work in an environment with established routine. Gregory also likes to support others and help them achieve their goals.
What motivates Gregory
Taking their time
Support from others
Gregory will be a patient and loyal colleague who brings structure to their work environment. Precision is key to Gregory and he will probably gravitate away from people who value speed and results over quality.
When working with Gregory
Double-check your work
Introduce clear guidelines and rules
Expect it to take a long time to earn their trust
By publishing their virtual Fingerprint, allows others to get to know them a little better.
Gregory’s Fingerprint is created by mining 100+ public websites to create an index of weighted terms from Gregory’s online activity.
We share this information in order to break down silos, enable learning from others and empower collaboration across Minnesota.
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How can Gregory extended network contribute to enhancing local efforts?
To collaborate better, we need to connect across silos. We need to connect better within silos. Often times the best answer is just a cubicle away that you never would have thought of. Sometimes it is an ocean away.
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1/5 No social presense
2/5 Very little or inaccurate social data
3/5 Has details but doesn’t post/share/comment often
4/5 Active and accurate
5/5 Social leader
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