Greg Roe Named Executive Director of Boys & Girls Clubs of Rogue Valley

Grants Pass, OR - Boys & Girls Clubs of the Rogue Valley welcomes Greg Roe as their new Executive Director. Roe comes to the valley with high praise from former colleagues and community members. Over the last 15 years, Roe served as the Executive Director for United Way of Linn County (Oregon) and was instrumental in bringing impactful initiatives to their community, including programs that directly supported the Boys & Girls Clubs of Albany and Greater Santiam. Roe stepped into his new role just in time for the after-school program to begin this week. 
  As an active Rotarian and volunteer with the Humane Society, Commission on Children and Families, and the Albany Chamber of Commerce, Roe’s life’s work has been to address critical needs and make positive changes in the community. “I’m dedicated to serving others and I look forward to doing the same for our communities’ youth and their families,” Roe says. “The youth are our future.”
                                                     Greg Roe
Roe was raised near Eugene and received his Bachelors of Science degree at Southern Oregon University. He completed his Master’s in Public Administration at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Roe was recognized as a Junior First Citizen by the Albany Chamber of Commerce and as a Most Valuable Person by the Albany Democrat-Herald. 
Roe left his position with United Way of Linn County at the end of July in support of his wife Laurie’s new career with Rogue Community College as the Director of Institutional Research Effectiveness and Planning.
Dick Cottrill, Board President, was active on the Search Committee and helped review several candidates. “We held an extensive search to make sure we found the right fit for our organization and community. It took a few months, and we found Greg,” Cottrill says, “We’re excited to have him join us and we, the Board of Directors, look forward to working with Greg to bring our Club to even greater accomplishments.”  *This institution is an equal opportunity employer.
Serving over 5,000 youth each year, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Rogue Valley works to provide year-round positive, fun and safe places for all youth, helping them build self-esteem and develop skills necessary to make right choices, becoming responsible and productive citizens. Since 1970, Boys & Girls Club of the Rogue Valley has served thousands of Southern Oregon youth through a diversity of programs at three club locations: Grants Pass, Illinois Valley, Talent, and through Team Sports in Josephine County. The Club’s overarching goal is to help each youth reach their full potential and BE GREAT by achieving academic success, living a healthy lifestyle and becoming productive citizens. Boys & Girls Clubs of the Rogue Valley relies on community support to continue to serve our youth, please consider a donation to our community’s future leaders.
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