Renee Boston-Hill is a tireless advocate for the community and spends most of her free time working to make Greenville a better place. She and her husband, Calvin Boston-Hill chose to retire in Greenville because they fell in love with the sense of community and the spirit of collaboration that she continues to see since their arrival. “Greenville is home and I love it here. I want to ensure it will be a great place to work, play, and live for many years to come. It is the jewel of Eastern North Carolina and we must safeguard it so that our city remains a welcoming, community-centered place for all to enjoy. As the next Mayor, I am committed to making this happen”.
Prior to retirement, Renee worked in finance and health administration for over 40 years. She primarily served as a Comptroller whose responsibilities included contract management and leading several finance departments. Additionally, she provided administrative oversight to the operations of several health care facilities.
Giving back and serving others is a cornerstone of Renee’s character. She has volunteered, served on boards and held several leadership positions with local community groups including the Pitt County Democratic Party and the African American Caucus of Pitt County. “It was instilled in me at a very young age that it is very important to give your time to help others. As the Mayor of this great city, I will remain committed to this principle because it is that spirit that makes this community so special”.
Renee’s strong background in management and finance along with her commitment to service exemplifies a few reasons why she is the best person to lead the city of Greenville. Her compassion and capability are aligned to promote and celebrate Greenville as One Community…One City for all of us.