From the Cary Chamber Economic Development website, 3/19/2014:
Howard S. Johnson, President of The Cary Chamber of Commerce, was pleased to announce today that W. Kyle Greer has been hired as the Vice President of Economic Development, succeeding Sandy Jordan who recently retired from this position after seven years.
“We are fortunate to bring Kyle into this role for our community and region. He has demonstrated the skills and leadership to continue to work with our business community and active clients to relocate, expand, and grow new jobs in Cary. He understands commerce and is keenly aware of our market. He is a great addition to our staff and to the partnership with the Town of Cary,” Johnson added.
Kyle is a Wake County native, an NC State graduate with a BS in Business Management, and has been a successful commercial real estate broker with NAI Carolantic Realty for the past 8 years. He has been honored as a Triangle Business Journal “Top 40 Under 40” winner, a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, and has had numerous awards within the commercial real estate arena. Kyle’s expertise in real estate, negotiation, zoning, land-use, and infrastructure plus his proven leadership skills make him an optimal choice for this position.
Mayor Harold Weinbrecht says, “We are proud that the face of economic development in Cary will be led by someone who has spent most of his life living in Cary and helped businesses of all sizes thrive and prosper in our area. In keeping Cary’s economy one of the strongest in the country, Kyle has an industry base of contacts to complement our needs for business parks and downtown revitalization. We look forward to working with Kyle and continuing the strong partnership the Town has enjoyed with the Chamber of Commerce.”
Greer is a member of the Cary Rotary Club, Cary Chamber of Commerce, Triangle Commercial Association of Realtors (TCAR), founding VIII Oaks member, and the YMCA We Build People Campaign. Kyle and his wife, Megan, live in Cary.
The Chamber’s Economic Development program is a close partnership with the Town of Cary, which assists in its funding as well as goal-setting.