Kevin Greiner, President and CEO of Gas South, is all about discovering what’s important to people – starting with never forgetting your name, whether you’ve been an employee since the beginning, or only worked there for a month, We’re not sure how he does it, but we’re glad he does. At the office Kevin won’t hesitate to chat with you about what you’re up to or the latest tennis highlights – he genuinely cares about every employee.
He’s also passionate about strengthening our community. Under Kevin’s leadership, Gas South has committed to giving back 5% of profits to help children in need. He has built a culture of service while also creating exceptional career paths for employees. He wants to make sure Gas South is a place where people want to be, not a place you feel like you have to be.
With more than 15 years’ experience in the energy sector, Kevin gained expertise in management roles with Southern Company. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a master’s degree in business administration and a master’s of science in natural resource policy, and earned a bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University.
Board work: United Way of Greater Atlanta (chaired the 2012-13 Workplace Campaign), Georgia Chamber, Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, the YMCA of Metro Atlanta (Executive Committee), Atlanta Opera
Interesting fact: Kevin speaks German and is fluent in Dekatherms (Gas South’s band where he plays the piano). Connect with Kevin on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook, and follow Gas South on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
Milton J. Little, Jr. was appointed as President of the United Way of Greater Atlanta after serving as President and CEO of United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley. He has devoted many of his 20 years in the public and private sectors to creating workforce and educational programs, building national partnerships to fund housing, and developing corporate philanthropy and community involvement strategies.
Prior to joining the United Way system, Little served as interim President and CEO of the National Urban League in New York where he launched innovative partnerships with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Labor and Commerce Departments, as well as with corporations. Little came to the League from Lucent Technologies, which he joined while it was still part of AT&T. The philanthropic strategies he developed at Lucent and AT&T became the forerunners of many programs that today are reducing disparities in education, employment, income and health in communities nationwide.
Little graduated magna cum laude from Morehouse College with a B.A. in sociology. He earned an M.A. in urban sociology and social policy from Columbia University, and pursued additional post-graduate studies in public administration at New York University. Follow United Way of Greater Atlanta on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.