"Greg’s story is one of courage and determination. He is one of the most inspiring and motivating speakers I have ever heard. He’ll make you cry, laugh and most importantly he will help you understand that no obstacle is too great to overcome. Greg is a "can’t miss" addition to any program. I would suggest booking Greg while you still can."
– Pam Byan,Mother, TBI Specialist and Director
Greg Costa is a survivor of a devastating fall in 2009, and has personal experience with Traumatic Brain Injury. He now serves his local TBI and the global community by working with shelters and non-profit organizations. Prior to his fall he participated in a Habitat for Humanity Global mission trip to Honduras to build homes, and to serve in a children’s hospital cancer ward. He is also an author and speaker with a powerful message of service, survival, and peace. The proceeds from his book, City of God, are used to fund missions for teens to show them the world of what it means to literally survive, with only one truth, FIATH. In 2001 he was honored with the Sister of Notre Dame Distinguished Graduate Award which is given for exceeding 10,000 hours of community service within the St. Cecilia Catholic Church and Clearwater community. 2016 Costa is Staring adversity in the face and is Currently back on the saddle recording and being the Writer, Drummer and "Mark of Christ" you know him to be.
As an inspirational speaker, he has spoken at a variety of events, including fundraisers, the Trevecca University Brain Injury Conference, and local TBI survivor support organizations, Hospital's, TBI Camps and support Groups Around the Country. In 2013 he was nominated for the Traumatic Brain Injury Volunteer of the Year Award and was a keynote speaker at the 2013 Brain Injury Conference in Nashville TN. Now he has become the visionary behind project Handle With LoVe™
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