Areas of Expertise

  • Strategic Planning for HR


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65 East State Street
Suite 1300
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: 614.458.1698

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Greg Lashutka

Senior Consultant
Greg is a Senior Consultant in the Findley Davies Columbus office. His wealth of market knowledge enables him to work with Central Ohio organizations that are seeking unique ways to enhance their financial performance and maximize the effectiveness of their HR function.

Prior to joining Findley Davies, Greg was Senior Vice President for Corporate Relations at Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. Before joining Nationwide in January 2000, Greg served as Mayor of Columbus, Ohio, being elected for two consecutive terms. During his tenure as Mayor, he served as President of the National League of Cities. Greg also led Columbus in building international city and corporate relationships.

Prior to his mayorship, Greg was a partner with the law firm of Squire, Sanders & Dempsey following his two terms as Columbus City Attorney. He also served as legislative aide to Congressman Sam Devine and law clerk to Judge Richard Metcalf.

Before Greg's professional careers in law and politics, he co-captained The Ohio State University football team and later played professionally for the Buffalo Bills. Greg received the Distinguished Eagle Scout award and was named Municipal Leader of the Year in 1999. Greg also served as a United States Navy Lieutenant (1967-71) in Explosive Ordnance Disposal.

Currently, Greg is a Fellow with the National Academy of Public Administrators, Board of Trustees member with Franklin University, member of The Ohio State University Athletics Council, and a Commissioner with the Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks


  • The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, Honorary Doctor of Law
  • Capital University Law School, Columbus, OH - JD
  • The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH - BS

What's Your Passion?

I want to leave this world a bit better for my children and grandchildren.