Gregory Butz, Glenview IL - Marketing Professional

As managing director for the Chicago office of Wire Stone, Gregory Butz of Saratoga Lane in Glenview, IL, leads the development of digital marketing solutions for top global brands. He focuses on providing a high level of service and innovation for the agency's current clients while simultaneously generating new interest and drawing the participation of top talent. In leadership of a dynamic team that includes analysts, creatives, and tech professionals, Gregory Butz of Glenview, IL, draws on more than 20 years of industry experience.

Gregory Butz of comes to his current role at Wire Stone following a successful tenure as senior director for global strategic services with, where he oversaw the development of the company's target marketing cloud. He has built diverse client-side and agency experience working with such brands as MillerCoors, Kraft Foods, and Walgreens. Mr. Butz also stands out as former senior marketing manager for PepsiCo, in which role he developed a number of new-product placement strategies as well as a marketing initiative centered on health and wellness. A graduate of the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business, he remains affiliated with the school as a guest lecturer in digital marketing.

Supporting the Boys and Girls Club of Lake County

Gregory Butz of Glenview, IL, currently works as vice president and managing director of Wire Stone in Chicago, an independent digital marketing agency. Away from work Gregory Butz enjoys supporting charitable groups in and around Saratoga and Glenview, IL, such as the Boys and Girls Club of Lake County.

Individuals can support the Boys and Girls Club of Lake County in a variety of ways, beginning with financial contributions. One-time donations can be made online at or by mail. Donations can be made out to the Boys and Girls Club of Lake County at 1801 Sheridan Road, Suite 202, in North Chicago, Illinois, 60064. A person can also contribute any number of material goods to the club, or opt to engage in its planned giving program. The club is often in need of items like art and office supplies, healthy snacks and food for the children, and recreational activities like board games and sports gear.

Planned gifts, meanwhile, allow the Boys and Girls Club of Lake County to ensure a brighter future for area children over an extended period of time. Planned gifts may be made as part of an individual’s will or estate plan and can also be directed to assist general program operations or the endowment fund. Planned giving can even include properties to be used for different club programs and services.