Greg Westneat

Greg Westneat

Greg Westneat

  • Front-End Developer
  • Foster Web Marketing
  • 10555 Main Street #470A Fairfax, Virginia 22030
  • 703-665-0307

Aside from his prowess at web design and marketing, Greg’s choice in facial hair has solidified his niche on the front-end web development team here at Foster. As a life-long tech enthusiast, he makes it his business to stay abreast of the latest and greatest in technology, always looking for ways to improve functionality and efficiency.

Professional Experience

Greg has been helping to make the web fresh for over a decade, teaching himself HTML and CSS (among other fun web technologies) as a hobby throughout secondary school. He maintained his passion for technology through college while attending Indiana University – Bloomington and majoring in public financial management and policy analysis. During that time, he worked as a technology consultant for IU’s University Information Technology Services where, in his spare time, he founded a web design and marketing company.

Greg has logged over 9,000 hours working with clients to create websites with solid user experiences. As someone who instinctively focuses on the human element, Greg revels in creating an intuitive environment with aesthetically rich styling. He understands how the Internet can in some ways feel like the Wild West, and it’s his goal to make that environment feel as civilized as possible.

Learn More About Greg

Greg has lived a lot of different places, including Togo and the Central African Republic. “Well, I’m a citizen of the world,” he says, tongue-in-cheek, “but if home is where the heart is, then home is northern Virginia.”

As a lifelong learner, Greg has a deep-set curiosity of the world, and summarizes his long-term goals as “finding a way to utilize technology to help convey complicated ideas.”



What You Might Find Interesting About Greg

Greg spent a year serving his country in AmeriCorps*NCCC and likes to make puns. If you don’t like puns he says, “Yeah, well ya know that’s just, like, your opunion, man.”