Greg Thune is a distinguished professional with a rich background in engineering and industrial design. His extensive expertise encompasses a range of specialties, including sketching, problem solving, project management, and proficiency in various plastic molding techniques such as injection molding, rotational molding, and thermoforming. Additionally, Thune has honed his skills in glass molding, rendering, animation, mechanical design, manufacturability, and process and controls.

With a professional career that got its start in 1988, Thune has focused on the design of medical, consumer, and industrial products, leaving a lasting impact. He earned a Bachelor of Industrial Design from Auburn University and a Master of Science in Marketing and Communications from Franklin University, enabling him to combine technical prowess with a deep understanding of market dynamics.

At CCAD, Thune has been a guiding force in shaping the next generation of product designers. His contributions extend to teaching classes in computer-aided design (CAD), materials, and assembly, and overseeing the junior and senior studios.

Thune's professional accomplishments include a portfolio of nine patents and collaborations with renowned clients such as GE, IBM, Newell Rubbermaid, Anchor Hocking, Altec Lansing, GM, Sabic, Fitch, Bio-Rad, Becton Dickinson, and Johnson & Johnson. His work has been featured in ID magazine, solidifying his status as a recognized figure in the design industry.