Greyson is a fifth-generation Washingtonian and attended Wofford College, where he received a Princeton in Asia Fellowship to teach at YK Pao School in Shanghai. He previously served as a presidential appointee in the Department of Education’s Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, where he supported the development of a global network of political, education, and religious leaders. He also worked with Digital Promise to develop a national network of forward-thinking superintendents. He speaks Chinese and has lived in Beijing and Shanghai. Greyson joined Whittle to build an innovative global education for PreK–12 students.