Captain Gerald Hunt Joins Generations Group Board of Directors

Greenville - Generations is pleased to announce Captain Gerald Hunt of the Greenville, SC Police department has joined the board of directors of Generations Group.

Captain Gerald Hunt

Captain Gerald Hunt

Gerald Hunt is a 28 ½ years veteran of the Greenville Police Department. He has served in various capacities within the organization and he is currently a Captain over the Support Division where he oversees various units which include Warrants/Court Security, Traffic, Animal Control, SROs, Community Response Team, GRAVITY, and special teams (SWAT and CNT).

Gerald Hunt is a graduate of many programs such as Command College of Anderson University (Master of Criminal Justice), Leadership Diversity Program (Phyllis Wheatley), Leadership Greenville (Greenville Chamber of Commerce), and he is also a Fellow of Furman University’s Riley Institute Diversity Leadership Initiative. Gerald Hunt utilizes the experiences gained from these programs to better serve the citizens of Greenville, and he has been blessed to have the opportunity to share his life experiences with children and young adults. He feels sharing his experiences and challenges with others allows them to see that life is full of hope and prosperity in the mist of despair.

Brian Clark, Executive Director of Generation’s commented, “We can’t express how happy we are to have someone with Captain Hunt’s expertise and compassion for kids on the Generations board of directors. He will make a great addition to an already great board.”

Captain Hunt will serve a 3-year term beginning in November 2019.
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About Generations Group Home
Generations Group Home is the only group home in the state of South Carolina that helps boys that are victims of sexual abuse. Created in 1991, the founder’s goal was to help break the cycle of abuse and assist troubled children by creating a home-like setting offering specialized services for boys struggling with sexually abusive behaviors. In 1998, the Bridges campus opened and in 2011, a third campus, Pathways, opened which serves children unable to function in their community, or in a group home setting, due to complex needs. Today Generations Group Home can serve up to 76 children. To date, Generations has helped over 1200 boys transform their lives. With a success rate of around 98%, Generations provides a unique environment for troubled children who need a true second chance.


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