County Council Election Primaries for District 21 will be in June 2020!   

Meet Stacy

Stacy Kuper is more than a Republican candidate for Greenville County Council District 21 – she is the wife of Josh, mother of Alexandra and Helen, a successful businesswoman, tireless community leader and a person who sees Greenville’s potential as an emerging nexus of 21st century jobs and lifestyle.

Why is that important? Because her life has been marked by making good decisions, and Greenville is entering a period where momentous decisions will be made that will shape metro growth into mid-century. We must get it right!

She also is the candidate who can restore the dignity with which the District 21 seat was once held. It’s nearly four years overdue.

Stacy is a first-generation American of Greek parentage who was born in Northern Virginia, in the small town of Herndon. She attended Marymount College in nearby Arlington. Her career in technology sales brought her to Greenville 12 years ago. Along the way, she and her husband, Josh, launched a small business, Kuper Signs.

She has packed a lot of community involvement into her years in Greenville, and early on was tagged as an emerging advocate and leader. A graduate of Leadership Greenville 38, Stacy worked on the Ronald McDonald House front beautification project. She was executive board parliamentarian for Pendleton Place and currently serves on the Greenville Police Foundation board and the Greenville County Sheriff’s Foundation board, plus the Greenville Chamber of Commerce Small Business Development Council.

Additionally, Stacy currently is working with a group of County appointed citizens on the Five Forks Area Plan and is an active volunteer with the American Red Cross, Euphoria, March of Dimes, Ronald McDonald House and other organizations.

Stacy is pledged, as District 21 representative, to take a proactive approach to issues related to growth and economic development with an eye to the long-term, big picture, focused on both smart and green growth.

“Whatever the issue, I’ll always listen and be accessible.”

“And I won’t embarrass you.”