Gregory Fryc is a Polonia activist, entrepreneur, President of Gram-X Promotions LLC and one of the co-founders and leaders of Pangea Network. He has graduated with an accounting degree from Baruch College Zicklin School of Business in New York City in 2004. Right after college he joined Prudential Financial and worked in the financial sector on Wall Street for several years. In 2007 he started Gram-X Promotions, a marketing company that specializes in promotion of Polish culture. In the last decade, the company has established operations in New York, Chicago, Detroit, Florida, Connecticut, Toronto and other locations in the US and Canada. Gram-X has produced over 230 large scale projects and hundreds of others smaller. events and happenings becoming the top promotional agency for Polish culture in North America. Some of the biggest names in the Polish show business including Budka Suflera, Lady Pank, Bednarek, Kult, T-Love, De Mono, Daab, Dzem, Hey, Wilki and tens of other artists performed in the most prestigious venues in North America thanks to Gram-X Promotions.
The company has also designed and executed a Polish market promotional campaign for a NYC Mayor candidate John Catsimatidis in 2013.
In 2009 Gregory Fryc was one of the co-founders of Pangea Network - a young Polish professionals organization with a mission to create a global platform for communication and coordination of business, cultural and social projects among the Polish diaspora. The organization has now representatives in 7 countries and has organized 10 large scale conferences and several smaller projects. The conferences featured high profiled dignitaries and businessmen from all over the world and were conducted at prestigious locations like Warsaw Stock Market, the Polish Parliament building and some of the top conference venues in Miami.
Gregory Fryc was responsible for organizing and coordinating most of the organization's projects and conferences and is currently a President of Pangea Network.
In 2014 Gregory Fryc created and managed the making of the first Warsaw Uprising Memorial in the United States which was installed at the Polish National Home in Brooklyn, NY. In 2007 He created the New Generation Platform at the Pulaski Day Parade, an initiative that featured performances by some of the most popular new artists from Poland that attracted thousands of young people to the parade. In 2015 he became a co-founder of Invictus Veterans foundation which was created to help Polish veterans of modern wars. Since 2012 he is a chairman of the "Outstanding Pole Abroad Award committee in New York. The award is being given to the most prominent Poles living outside of Poland by the "Teraz Polska '' foundation and it is the most prestigious nongovernmental recognition awarded to Polonia.
Since 2015 Gregory Fryc has also been a member of the board of trustees of the New York based American Academy of Hospitality Sciences. The organization awards quality in luxury with the Star Diamond Award. Donald Trump was the Ambassador Extraordinaire of the organization up until becoming the President of The United States.
In 2014 Gregory Fryc was awarded for all his service to Polonia with the Silver Cross of Merit of the Republic of Poland by the President of Poland.
In 2021 he was awarded with the Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland by President Andrzej Duda.