Gregory Kristof is the Co-founder and a managing partner at Zero Gravity Basketball. He is responsible for overseeing the company’s business development, as well as the event management for more than 200 events a year.
Kristof is a 2004 Cum Laude graduate of Brandeis University, with concentrations in Economics, International Business and Sociology. Kristof was a four-year letter winner on the Men’s Varsity Basketball team where he was also a two-year captain and made the University Athletic Association All-Academic team for three years. From 2006-2012, Kristof was the head coach at The Brimmer and May School in Chestnut Hill, where he won over 120 games in a six-year span. More importantly, he placed 7 of his players at NCAA Division I collegiate programs at schools such as: Harvard University, Bryant, Fordham, Northeastern, and The University of Hartford.
In 2010, Kristof and Co-founder, Steve Gibbs, Founded Zero Gravity Basketball with the mission of improving opportunities for basketball players of all ages and abilities. Since the founding, Zero Gravity has seen unparalleled growth in the grassroots basketball industry. The company now operates in 23 states and has entered in strategic partnerships with the best sports complexes and facilities along the East Coast to produce the highest quality tournaments available in youth sports.
In addition to Kristof’s role as the Co-founder and managing partner at Zero Gravity Basketball, he also serves as the director of the prestigious All Academic Camp, which draws over 120 college coaches to evaluate at each summer.