Greg Wilkinson Joins NCPA Board Of Directors
July 06, 2010
Dallas, TX - Greg Wilkinson, president of Hill & Wilkinson, Ltd., a Dallas-based general contracting firm, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
"As a leading business innovator who cares deeply about public policy and how free-market reforms can empower individuals and generate economic growth, Greg Wilkinson is an invaluable asset to our board," said NCPA Board Chairman Pete du Pont. "I look forward to serving with him as we work for the continued growth of the NCPA."
"Greg Wilkinson is an outstanding entrepreneur and civic leader with decades of commitment to his community," said NCPA President and CEO John C. Goodman "He started in the construction industry in 1971 and created one of the leading national contractors. Greg is a skilled marketer and manager, and we are extremely pleased that he has agreed to serve on our board."
Wilkinson is a lifelong Dallas resident. He spent 11 years with one of the largest construction/engineering firms in the world, Fluor-Daniel. In 1982, he was promoted to vice president of Fluor-Daniel, becoming one of the youngest vice presidents ever at the company.
In mid-1985, he became the co-majority shareholder and president of Hill & Wilkinson. At the time annual revenue was approximately $10,000,000. His skills in marketing and overall management have been instrumental in the company's growth with current annual revenue in general building construction at approximately $300,000,000.
Mr. Wilkinson and his company won Entrepreneur of The Year recognition in 1991 for the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This award is given by Ernst & Young, Inc. Magazine, and Merrill Lynch.
He has contributed his time and leadership to some two dozen community and civic organizations.
Greg Wilkinson Bio:
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization headquartered in Dallas with offices in Washington, D.C. The NCPA depends solely on the contributions of individuals, corporations and foundations that advocate private sector solutions to public policy problems. All contributions are tax-deductible, and the NCPA accepts no government grants or contracts.