Dr. Christian Claxton Gregory

Christian Gregory is the eighth child of Dick and Lillian Gregory. Born in Chicago, he was raised on a 1,000 acre farm in Plymouth, Massachusetts, where the pastoral setting and lifelong lessons in wellness spurred his interest in physiology and the mind-body connection. After graduating from Morgan State University, he earned a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in Atlanta. Dr. Gregory practiced in Washington for twenty-five years, caring for DC natives, leading entertainment figures, and friends in the movement including Rosa Parks, Coretta Scott King, Betty Shabazz, Dorothy Height, Cicely Tyson, and Stevie Wonder. When Dick Gregory decided to resume an active speaking and entertainment schedule, he became his father’s manager. Together they formed Dick Gregory Media, Inc. in 2015. Dr. Gregory’s unique combined experiences in patient care and entertainment management fostered the desire to develop the linkages between activism, communication, the performing arts, and physical well-being. To that end, he established Tower Hill Farm Health & Wellness and Tower Hill Farm Entertainment. Since his passing in 2017, Dr. Gregory has managed his father’s estate and intellectual property, and has successfully guided the development of other projects on his father’s life, including the stage play TURN ME LOOSE and the film THE ONE AND ONLY DICK GREGORY.

Dr. Gregory proudly serves as the Executive Board Chair of 3E®️ ENERGY and WELLNESS IN NATURE, Inc. 3E® ENERGY is a clean, healthy energy company utilizing nutrient density and functional nutrition to provide superior energy and wellness. 3E®️ ENERGY embodies the long-standing Gregory legacy of providing optimal health through elevated consumption.

Dr. Gregory also serves on the advisory boards of companies in the health, wellness, technology, blockchain, and clean energy sectors, all in an effort to impact real change while advocating for a healthier reality to advance both the human and environmental condition. Although retired from daily practice, Dr. Gregory continues to serve on the District of Columbia’s Medical Reserve Corps.

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