Greg Murphy

Senior Consultant


Before joining Schultz & Williams, Greg spent 15 years in leadership positions in educational and arts institutions in Philadelphia. Most recently, he was executive director of the prestigious Marian Anderson Award, recognizing accomplished performers who use their talent and celebrity to improve the human condition. The Award has been presented to honorees as varied as Elizabeth Taylor, Maya Angelou, Dionne Warwick, Norman Lear, and Wynton Marsalis.

Greg is currently on the board of the Marian Anderson Award and the Gloucester County, New Jersey Cultural and Heritage Commission. He served for ten years on the Pennsylvania Protection & Advocacy Board of Directors, which advocates for persons with developmental disabilities and persons with mental illness. Greg was president of the board for five years. He is a member of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education and the Association of Fundraising Professionals.


Prior Experience

Previous positions include vice president for advancement at Community College of Philadelphia, chief advancement officer at University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and assistant dean for external affairs at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University.

Prior to working in the nonprofit world, Greg worked at TV Guide Magazine for 22 years in editorial, marketing, and sales positions. In his time at TV Guide, Greg did on-air commentary for E! Entertainment Television and CNN; he authored the TV Guide Celebrity Chef Cookbook and the television viewing section of The Practical Guide to Practically Everything.


Client Experience

  • Delaware Valley Friends School
  • Buckingham Friends School
  • Wilmington Friends School
  • Westfield Friends School
  • Girls with Grit
  • Chester Charter School for the Arts
  • Children’s Scholarship Fund Philadelphia
  • Pennsylvania School for the Deaf



  • Bachelor of Arts in English Literature – Franklin & Marshall College
  • Master of Arts in Philanthropy and Development – St. Mary’s University