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Casey D. Greggs Bio

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Casey D. Greggs Bio

Casey Danielle Greggs was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, raised in Zachary, Louisiana, and is 29 years old. She completed elementary school at Zachary Elementary and was a member of the Beta Club while in elementary school. She completed middle and high school at Southern University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge.

Casey Danielle Greggs was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, raised in Zachary, Louisiana, and is 29 years old. She completed elementary school at Zachary Elementary and was a member of the Beta Club while in elementary school. She completed middle and high school at Southern University Laboratory School in Baton Rouge.

While at Southern Lab, Casey was a member of the basketball team, track team, volleyball team, softball team, cheerleading team, and was a Dancing Doll. She was also a member of the mock trial team and the Southern University Laboratory band in middle school where she played the clarinet.

While in high school, she also participated in organizations outside of her school and was a member of Louisiana Leadership Institute in Baton Rouge, where she was a Dazzling Starlette Dancer. She was also a member of Lambda Tau youth sorority.

After receiving her diploma in 2009 from Southern Lab, graduating with Magna Cum Laude honors, she went on to attend her family’s legacy university, Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, LA. While at Southern University, Casey was a 4-year Dancing Doll and was a member of the Alpha Tau Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Incorporated.

Casey was on the Dean’s list from 2009-2013, graduated as the top student in the College of Education, and was the Student Marshall for the graduating class of 2013. She went on to become a 2nd grade teacher in Zachary, Louisiana where she taught for 6 years, and later went on to receive her master’s degree in Education Leadership from Louisiana State University Shreveport.

She is currently teaching 2nd grade but made the leap into the virtual world 2 years ago and absolutely loves it. Casey has hopes of soon becoming an assistant principal at her current job and she owes it all to her first love, her HBCU, Southern University!

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