The Greenville Redevelopment Commission works "to assure that Greenville, North Carolina is a better place to live, raise a family, and do business, while improving the safety, security, image, and economic vitality of the urban core and neighborhoods of West Greenville." 

Established in December 2002, the seven member Redevelopment Commission is charged with promoting economic development activity in Greenville's Ce​nter City business district and surrounding neighborhoods. The Commission has provided direection and oversight for a numer of projects that have made Center City Greenville more vibrant, attractive, and competitive. 
2013 - 2014 RDC Annual Report​


 Commissioner Biographies

​Mark S. Woodson, Chair (Term expires: November 2015)
Mr. Woodson is president of the True Venture Media Group that operates radio stations, printed publications, and syndicated programming running on radio stations. Mr. Woodson is an adjunct business and management instructor at an area community college, an entrepreneur, small business owner and has been a franchisee for a nationally recognized company, McDonald’s, in the fast food industry. Also, he serves on a number of civic and community boards and taskforces, and is a local on-air personality for news and information on WECU-1570AM in Greenville.​

Jeremy King, Vice Chair (Term expires: November 2017)

Patricia Dunn (Term expires: November 2019)
Patricia (Pat) Dunn is a native of Wake County. She is a retired ECU
Professor. Pat has served on several City Boards (E.G. Board of Adjustment and Human Relations Council) prior to being elected three terms as the At-Large Representative on the Greenville City Council  and Mayor of Greenville for two terms.  Pat was appointed to the Redevelopment Commission in 2014 and also serves on several local boards including Habitat for Humanity, Salvation Army, Pitt County ABC Board  and Pitt County Coalition on Substance.

Sharif Hatoum (Term expires: November 2018)

Angela Marshall (Term expires: November 2016)
Angela Marshall has lived in the Greenville community for fourteen years. She is the Assistant Director of Transfer Student Services at East Carolina University. Angela has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (East Carolina University), a master’s degree in Business Management (University of Dallas), and is currently pursuing her doctorate degree in Higher Education Leadership from Nova Southeastern University – expecting to graduate May 2015. She is engaged in the community, volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House and the Reading Radio Broadcast for the visual impaired. 

Richard S. Patterson, Sr. (Term expires: November 2016)
Mr. Patterson is a native of New York and has lived in Greenville for over 20 years. Prior to relocating to Greenville Richard was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Divisions Signal Battalion during Desert Shield/ Desert Storm Richard is employed with the Ayden Police Department as a Captain at Ayden Police Department, Richard is responsible for the jail, investigations, administration, and communications divisions. Richard is a graduate of Mt. Olive College, a member of Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church, and serves the community through the Omicron Gamma Graduate Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Together with his wife and two sons, he has served in various organizations in the community for the past twenty years. 

Judy A. Siguaw (Term expires: November 2016)
Dr. Siguaw is the Dean of College of Human Ecology at East Carolina University. She earned her BBA from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, and her MBA and DBA from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana. Her research interests include: market orientation, channel relationships, and marketing strategy.

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