“I am humbled by the number of individuals here in North Charleston that have asked me to run for council,” he said. “After much prayer and consideration, I am excited about this incredible opportunity to run and serve in the city that I love. I plan to fight for more investment in our communities, and to defend those that have gone overlooked and underserved.”
Perry is a North Charleston native that started a nonprofit in 2009 to assist single moms with the necessities to enhance their everyday lives. He has served as a mentor, youth basketball coach, and adopted dad at schools for young boys. Additionally, Perry served as a volunteer chaplain at the Al Cannon Detention Center.
He has a B.S. in Business Administration, M.S. in Higher Education, and graduate hours towards an MBA from The Citadel. He previously worked as an educator in a middle school, and is now the program manager of an entrepreneurial program and an adjunct professor for a marketing course.
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