Gregg Moss is the President and CEO of the Metro North Chamber of Commerce; a regional organization spanning 12 cities, 4 counties and 6 school districts in Northern Colorado. Since 1959, the Metro North Chamber has played an integral role in fostering business development within the region. 

Gregg is a well-known fixture in the business community because he was an anchor/reporter for 9NEWS for more than two decades, and prior to that he worked for The Denver Business Journal as Associate Publisher. This will help explain the theme of his dance routine. Gregg’s excited to be participating in this year’s “Dancing with the Broomfield Stars,” saying, “it’s an honor to be able to support the Broomfield Community Foundation and the many organizations they support. Broomfield is our home, and this is a small way to give back to what gives so much to my family.” When asked if he’s a dancer, Gregg proudly explains, “Are you kidding?! I’m so left footed my wife wouldn’t even let me dance at our wedding reception. I am, however, looking forward to embarrassing my children and giving the audience a good laugh.”

Gregg moved to Colorado in 1985 from New Orleans, Louisiana where he attended Loyola University with a double-major in communications and social work; he also has an honorary doctorate degree from the Colorado Institute of Art. Moss has received numerous awards for his community involvement and journalistic work.

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Gregg Moss

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Gregg Moss is the President and CEO of the Metro North Chamber of Commerce; a regional organization spanning 12 cities, 4 counties and 6 school districts in Northern Colorado. Since 1959, the Metro North Chamber has played an integral role in fostering business development within the region. 

Gregg is a well-known fixture in the business community because he was an anchor/reporter for 9NEWS for more than two decades, and prior to that he worked for The Denver Business Journal as Associate Publisher. This will help explain the theme of his dance routine. Gregg’s excited to be participating in this year’s “Dancing with the Broomfield Stars,” saying, “it’s an honor to be able to support the Broomfield Community Foundation and the many organizations they support. Broomfield is our home, and this is a small way to give back to what gives so much to my family.” When asked if he’s a dancer, Gregg proudly explains, “Are you kidding?! I’m so left footed my wife wouldn’t even let me dance at our wedding reception. I am, however, looking forward to embarrassing my children and giving the audience a good laugh.”

Gregg moved to Colorado in 1985 from New Orleans, Louisiana where he attended Loyola University with a double-major in communications and social work; he also has an honorary doctorate degree from the Colorado Institute of Art. Moss has received numerous awards for his community involvement and journalistic work.