Greg Smith

Greg Smith

Greg Smith
Mr. Greg Smith
Industry Trainer, Biomanufacturing

Greg has served as a bioprocessing and pharmaceutical industry trainer for over 18 years.  He leverages his professional experience in new drug research and development, cGMP facilities, quality control, quality assurance, cleanroom operations, environmental monitoring and microbiology operations. He has designed several labs and cleanroom spaces, and has been instrumental in working with companies to assure contamination control through aseptic practices.

Business Solutions

Need Audience Solution
Aseptic Practices New Hires, Operators and Technicians Aseptic Processing I
Aseptic Practices Operators and Technicians Aseptic Processing II
Bioprocessing New Hires, Operators and Technicians BioWork: Process Technician
cGMP New Hires, Operators and Technicians Elements of Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) in Biomanufacturing Processes
Laboratory Skills New Hires, Operators and Technicians Basic Laboratory Skills

Professional History

Education & Training

  • East Carolina University: Chemistry
  • West Virginia University: Psychology


  • Association for Talent Development (ATD) - Master Trainer
  • Association for Talent Development (ATD) - Learning Design
  • Techceuticals - Master Trainer for The Manufacturing Process of oral, solid dosage forms

Instructional Expertise

  • Elements of cGMP for Biomanufacturing
  • Elements of cGMP for Pharmaceuticals
  • Elements of cGMP for Cosmetics
  • Elements of cGMP for Medical Devices
  • Basic Laboratory Skills
  • Aseptic Processing, I & II
  • Industrial Microbiology
  • Writing Effective SOPs
  • BioWork
  • Report Writing: Considerations and Best Practices
  • Good Documentation Practices and Data Integrity


"Greg is a phenomenal instructor. He has worked with JCC for many years training our incumbent workforce. His reviews are always positive with remarks like "he made it so easy to understand" or "best instructor by far".  Our industries have benefited from having Greg develop customized courses that are still being used today. "
- Joy Callahan, Dean of Economic and Workforce Development, Johnston Community College
"I have known Greg Smith for quite a long time, since shortly after the BioNetwork came into being and have used him for industry training on numerous occasions.  He has always had a talent for transferring the knowledge and experience he has into a format that allows trainees to internalize and apply the skills being taught.  His manner in the classroom is approachable and congenial; consistently, trainees comment on that fact.  The experience he brings into the training environment is invaluable and utilizing methods (games, interaction) reinforces the concepts.  Greg is someone that I personally and professionally hold in high regard. "
- Cathy Swindell, Director of Industry Services, Central Carolina Community College