Greg Carr "through his non-profit foundation, signed a 30-year agreement in 2006 with the government of Mozambique to restore that country's flagship national park, Gorongosa. The project entails science research, conservation of the ecosystem, economic development through ecotourism and social development of the traditional communities located near the park through education and health care initiatives. In 2000 his foundation created the Museum of Idaho, a cultural and natural history institution that is the largest museum in the state. In 1999 he co- founded the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy. In private sector business, Mr. Carr was the chair of Prodigy Internet Corporation from 1996 to 1998 and he co-founded Boston Technology, a global telecommunications provider, in 1986 and served as its chair until 1998. He serves on the board of Physicians for Human Rights. He received a M.P.P. degree from Harvard University in 1986." 
"Greg Carr was the co-founder of Boston Technology, a telecommunications company, and then was Chairman of Prodigy Internet from 1996-98. He formed the Carr Foundation in February of 1999, which supports human rights education and the arts. Greg established the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University in June of 1999." 
- International Council, Belfer Center
- "Biography", Carr Center, Accessed December 2006.