Doug Greco is a writer and political organizer in Austin, Texas. Doug’s writing has been featured in Across the Margin Magazine, Nonprofit Quarterly, Frontiers Magazine, and his blog Yellowpig.com chronicles Doug’s experiences growing up in the Coal Region of Eastern Pennsylvania. To Find a Killer was a finalist in the “2021 Texas Writers League Manuscript Contest”, and his account of the Hurtado Murders made the “2020 Best of Nonfiction List” for Across The Margin Magazine. Doug holds Masters in Public Policy from Princeton, a Master of Professional Writing from USC, and a Bachelors in Economics from Brown University.
Doug has organized for over 15 years in Texas and California with the Industrial Areas Foundation, the nation’s largest and longest-standing network of faith and community-based organizations, and as Director of Programs with Equality California, the nation’s largest statewide LGBTQ organization. Doug’s organizing work has included helping end Texas’ largest corporate welfare program, passing statewide legislation to fund adult workforce development, and implementing strategies to improve healthcare outcomes for LGBTQ immigrants in California’s Central Valley. Doug enjoys hiking and playing softball in Austin in his spare time.