Greg Lewis is a policy analyst at the Northeast-Midwest Institute, focusing on older cities, brownfield redevelopment and ecosystem-restoration financing. Most recently, he was a technical assistant in the office of environmental justice within the Maryland Department of the Environment.  For over eleven years Lewis was a loan officer and mortgage consultant specializing in urban rejuvenation programs down payment assistance loans. Prior to entering the mortgage industry he was a legislative intern with the Montana Trial Lawyers Association.

Lewis received his Master’s degree in geography/land uses from the University of Montana.  His thesis concentrates on the physical and social aspects of brownfields redevelopment in Baltimore.