Clint Greenleaf

Founder and CEO, Pigs and Bricks

Clint Greenleaf began his business career working as a staff accountant at Deloitte and Touche and earning his CPA.  After writing his own book, and receiving requests from friends to help publish their books, Clint left Deloitte and started Greenleaf Book Group over his parents’ garage.

Clint used non-traditional methods to grow Greenleaf Book Group into one of the industry’s leading independent book publishers and distributors.  With Clint at the helm, Greenleaf Book Group represented thousands of titles, produced over 30 NY Times and Wall Street Journal best sellers, and was one of INC's fastest-growing companies in America. Clint sold Greenleaf Book Group in 2011, and stayed with the company as CEO and Chairman until 2014.

As the Co-Founder and CEO of Moonshot Brands, Clint applied his innovative spirit to tie two, seemingly-unrelated things together:  baseball and peanut butter.  Together with his teammates, he created HomePlate™, a baseball-themed peanut butter served in every major league clubhouse.

Clint is also the Founder and CEO of:

·         Tree Neutral®, a non-profit company that works to offset paper consumption through reforestation

·         Bambino Balls, a sports-themed baby clothing company

·         Pigs and Bricks, a company that works with banks, financial advisors, schools, families, and individuals to establish a framework for financial education

Having created an innovative and successful business model, Clint speaks to companies and groups all over the world about how they can bring disciplined innovation and entrepreneurialism into their organizations.  He shares his successes and his mistakes to inspire audiences to take action.

Clint is the author of an award-winning, children’s book Give, Save, Spend With The Three Little Pigs, a sequel to the classic fairy tale that teaches kids a practical approach to managing money; Beyond the Piggybank, a parents’ guide for teaching financial wisdom to your children; and The Unwritten Rules of the Workplace: A Guide to Etiquette and Attire for Businessmen, which explains business etiquette as a competitive advantage in down-to-earth language.

Clint is a regular guest on Fox Business Network, and his articles have appeared in publications such as American Express OPEN,, CNN Money, and Huffington Post. Clint sits on several Boards of Directors, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, Fox, Fox Business News, CNBC, CNN, MSBNC, Money Magazine, Men’s Health, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and others.