CEO, Jeep Beach Inc.
Charlene Greer is CEO and Chairwoman of Jeep Beach Inc. who
works with multiple non-profit organizations to help raise funds for
direct impact programs that serve central Florida communities.
She has worked in the non-profit sector for over 20 years and has
raised over $3.5 million for 501(c)(3) organizations.
Charlene Greer believes it is everyone’s responsibility to take
care of the community that takes care of many; and, she has
taken that responsibility on as her mission. The resources non-
profit organizations provide to our communities is essential for
the sustainability and productivity of the residents. Without these
organizations, our communities would be lacking many resources.
Charlene has supported multiple organizations throughout her
career through fundraising and serving on several boards of
directors. Currently, Charlene is not only the CEO/Chairwoman of
Jeep Beach Inc. (the world’s largest Jeep exclusive organization),
but also serves on the Executive Board of Directors for Halifax
Health Foundation, Executive Board of Directors for the Boys and
Girls Clubs of Volusia and Flagler Counties, Executive Board of
Directors for DME Sports Foundation, member of the Executive
Committee for The Success Events, and serves several other
boards and committees in her community. Charlene has been
honored as The NASCAR Foundation’s winner of The 2020 Betty
Jane France Humanitarian Award, Association of Fundraising
Professionals Volusia/Flagler Chapter’s Corporate Philanthropist
of the Year Award 2018, The News Journal’s 2022 Non-Profit of
the Year Woman in Business, as well as other honors in the non-
profit and marketing fields.
Charlene holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Clemson