Stacy Kuper is more than a Republican candidate for County Council District 21 – she is a wife, a mother of two girls, a businesswoman, a community leader and someone who believes in making Greenville a great city in which to live, work and raise a family.
As a first-generation American, Stacy was born in Northern Virginia, grew up in the small town of Herndon and attended Marymount University in nearby Arlington. She started a career in technology sales which brought her to Greenville nine years ago. Along the way, she and her husband, Josh, started a custom manufacturing small business called Kuper Signs.
Stacy has a proven history as a strong community advocate and leader. She is a graduate of Leadership Greenville Class 38, where she worked on the Ronald McDonald front beautification project, and is an executive board Parliamentarian for Pendleton Place. Currently, Stacy serves on the Greenville Police Foundation, the LG Curriculum Board, and the Greenville Chamber Small Business Development Council. Additionally, she served on the Greenville County Economic Development Council’s advisory board. Stacy actively volunteers with the American Red Cross, Euphoria, March of Dimes, Ronald McDonald House and many others.
As your Council representative, Stacy wants Greenville to take more proactive steps in growth and economic development. Your opinion matters, and she wants to hear your thoughts and ideas on the issues she deems the most important. She believes in a long-term approach to infrastructure and development and has an idealized concept of what can and should be done for smart (and green) growth in our neighborhoods.
“District 21 has a history of strong leadership. I am the candidate that can best keep up that strong legacy. I will always listen and be accessible.”