Greg Doyon is originally from Windham, Maine. He is a graduate of the University of Southern Maine with a B.A. in Communications. During college, he participated in the National Student Exchange Program and attended the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho, for a semester. After graduating from USM in 1992, Greg returned to Idaho and earned a Masters of Public Administration degree in 1995.
Greg is currently the City Manager for the City of Great Falls, Montana. He is charged with the daily operations of the City and enforcing the policies adopted by the Mayor and four City Commissioners. His duties include supervising all City departments, preparing an annual budget, and appointing employees.
He currently serves on the Central Montana Defense Alliance (CMDA) and is actively involved in the Military Affairs Committee (MAC). Greg is a graduate of the Leadership Great Falls Class of 2009.
Greg has a broad base of public sector service including service as a city planner, police officer, emergency medical technician, and recreation director. He has also served in the private sector as a Director of Planning, performing development duties for Life Care Centers of America, a national skilled nursing and assisted-living company.
Greg has over 10 years experience working with city councils/commissions and municipal departments, administering and supervising budget development, long-term planning, and staff development. He is an International City/County Manager Association Credentialed Public Manager and State of New Hampshire Certified Public Manager.