Gregory D. Teague, PE, CEO of Georgia-based, full-service consulting firm Croy, has officially accepted the role of 2023 Chairman of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce. Teague’s predecessor, Britt Fleck of Georgia Power, passed the torch during the Chamber’s 81st Annual Dinner on Saturday, January 28 at the Cobb Galleria Centre.
Teague joined Croy in 2007 as Director of Engineering and Surveying Services and transitioned to President in 2015. In his current role of CEO, Teague works with the firm’s executive leadership team — including Adam Langley, CFO and Eddie Wade, PE, COO — to drive the strategic direction of the company. Before joining Croy, Teague held positions with the City of Marietta and Traton Homes. Since graduating from Kennesaw State University’s Southern Polytechnic College of Engineering, Teague has spent his entire professional career in Cobb County and has had the privilege of working on numerous public and private projects.
“The Cobb Chamber is excited to have Greg Teague serving in our top leadership role as our 2023 Chairman of the Board,” said Sharon Mason, President and CEO of the Cobb Chamber. “Greg has over a decade of experience with our Chamber, serving in a variety of capacities from our Board of Directors, Executive Board, leadership programs, and our Membership Campaign. He is an excellent example of a servant leader with a true commitment to the Cobb community. Throughout his experience with our Chamber, he has demonstrated a deep understanding of our organization and the needs of our membership.”
After joining the Croy team, founder James M. “Jim” Croy, PE encouraged Teague to get involved in the community. Taking that advice, Teague was a part of the Leadership Cobb Class of 2008 and Honorary Commanders Association Class of 2010. He then continued to serve in a variety of leadership roles with various Chamber programs, including Co-Chair of Cobb Youth Leadership (2011-2012), Co-Chair of Leadership Cobb (2013-2014), and Co-Chair of Honorary Commanders Association (2018-2019). Additionally, he has held positions on the Chamber’s Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and Smyrna Area Council.
“I’m excited for this opportunity to serve the Chamber and our community in this capacity. The Cobb Chamber has a standard of excellence, and Britt Fleck has set the bar high. I hope to continue her legacy and the mission of building a positive future for Cobb County. I’m also grateful to be supported by my great team at Croy who continue to pour into both our Chamber and surrounding communities,” said Teague. “Finally, I look forward to the opportunity to work with the Chamber’s leadership team, Board of Directors, and the many outstanding leaders in our county to build upon our success.”
Teague will be followed by Mike Plant, President and CEO of the Braves Development Company who will serve as the 2024 Chairman of the Board. Greg has been married to his wife, Sabrina, for 26 years and they have three daughters, Madison, Sydney, and Georgia.
Croy is an award-winning, full-service consulting engineering firm with locations in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. With experience on projects across the Southeast, Croy leverages its strong local presence and deep community ties to offer a range of services, including aviation, environmental, land and right-of-way acquisition, landscape architecture, planning, site development, surveying, transportation, traffic, and municipal engineering, to local and national clients. Learn more at croyengineering.com or connect on any of the firm’s social media platforms: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or Instagram.