Gregory Carr is an American entrepreneur and philanthropist.
His philanthropic aim is the restoration of Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park, which has been ravaged by civil war and environmental destruction.
Carr attended Utah State University as an undergraduate and majored in history, he then earned his master’s degree in public policy from Harvard Kennedy School in 1986.
He formed the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University in 1999. Through research and teaching, the Carr Center seeks to make human rights principles central to the formulation of good public policy in the United States and throughout the world.
In 2000, Carr co-founded Idaho Museum located in Idaho Falls, and in 2001 he opened the Market Theater in Harvard Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
He has been a keynote speaker and panelist on conservation and restoration at universities, conferences, and film festivals.
From 2012, Carr has guest lectured annually to undergraduate students at Princeton University and was a featured speaker in Princeton’s Class of 2014 Last Lectures series.
National Geographic Television report the park’s restoration in their film Africa’s Lost Eden, as well as the CBS News program 60 Minutes on October 26, 2008, and December 4, 2022.
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Greg Carr is currently not married.