About Michele Gregory
Michele Gregory is a public servant, wife, mother of three, educator, and former small business owner. As a member of Salisbury City Council, she has the knowledge, experience, and passion to fight for the people of the Lower Shore and their families.Having experienced first-hand the resulting hardship from medical debt acquired after a health crisis, as well as the difficulties associated with advocating for a disabled child, Michele knows that transformative change is necessary. Michele is running to ensure that all Salisbury residents live in a safe and healthy community. Michele is also committed to encouraging investments in a human-centered economy; supporting small businesses; stewarding the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, coastal ecosystems, and biodiversity of the Shore; expanding affordable housing; increasing transparency and public engagement; and guaranteeing that the civil rights of all are protected.
Committees and Appointments
Disability Advisory Committee Liaison
The Disability Advisory Committee was established to ensure that citizens with disabilities in the City of Salisbury have equitable opportunities to participate in, benefit from, and relish the opportunities the community provides, such as housing, employment, transportation, communications, education, and entertainment.
Wicomico County Library Board Liaison
Regular meetings of the Library Board begin at 4:00 p.m. and are held in Meeting Room #8 of the Sarbanes Branch at 122. S. Division Street in Salisbury. Meetings are open to the public.
Environmental Policy Task Force
The mission of the Environmental Policy Task force is to help the City of Salisbury establish a framework for establishing long-term sustainability goals in order to become a more resilient City and community.
Local Health Improvement Coalition (LHIC)
The Wicomico Local Health Improvement Coalition (LHIC) identifies jurisdictional-level stakeholders, collaborates with local partners and public health to set priorities for our community, and addresses health priorities by providing input on programs, policies, and coordinated efforts with programmatic, data, and infrastructure support from the state and county.
Maryland Municipal League Women's Caucus
Former Sustainability Advisory Committee (Green Team) Liaison
The Green Team will act in an advisory capacity to help develop policies, to identify grant opportunities, to implement programs, and to assist with educational opportunities for staff and community leaders.