Greg Perry, a son of North Charleston, has dedicated his life to serving others and making a positive impact on his community. Recognizing the importance of support and assistance, Greg founded a nonprofit in 2009 aimed at helping single moms with their everyday needs. Greg has spent his life seeking to be for others what he wishes someone would be for him if he found himself in that same circumstance.
Greg has been actively involved in various roles within his community. He has served as a mentor, youth basketball coach, and even an adopted father figure at schools for young boys. Furthermore, Greg selflessly served as a volunteer Chaplain at the detention center in North Charleston, offering guidance and support to those in need.
In terms of education, Greg holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, a Master of Science degree in Higher Education, and has pursued graduate studies towards an MBA from The Citadel. His educational background has equipped him with the necessary skills to navigate the complexities of community development and engagement. Greg’s professional experience includes working as an educator in a middle school. Currently, he serves as a program manager for an entrepreneurial program and holds the position of adjunct professor, teaching a marketing course. Through these roles, he has empowered individuals with knowledge and skills to thrive in the business world.
Driven by his unwavering commitment to serve his community, Greg has decided to run for city council. He believes that it is time for a change in leadership as the community evolves and faces new challenges. Greg’s genuine passion for improving the lives of others and his extensive experience make him a strong candidate for the city council position. With his energy and dedication, he aims to continue tirelessly serving his community and leading them towards a brighter future.
Greg as a youth basketball coach in 2016
Greg speaking at a peace rally in 2020
Greg organized a voter registration drive in North Charleston in 2020
Greg as a mentor for
My Brother's Keeper in 2017