It has been stated that if Carolyn Greenidge didn’t know the answer to a question, then there was none available! She held the position of Supervisor of Special Education in the Atlantic City school system for 25 years and her influence was immense.  She was involved as both a business woman and a volunteer in many organizations, but her role as an educator surpasses all.   An extraordinary classroom teacher, she brought her personal, caring style into the administrative position…Supervisor of Special Education.  A true force to be reckoned with, she devoted herself to improving education for all, but especially for students with special needs. While working full time in education, she and her husband built the Greenidge Funeral Home into a successful, well managed enterprise.  She also serves on several charitable organizations within the community.


Tracy exemplifies what this award is all about.  She holds both a Bachelor of Business Administration degree as well as a Masters in Accounting.  She supports many projects in the community including The Boys and Girls Club of America, the Links, Inc., Jack and Jill of America, Brayces and AtlantiCare’s Employee Resource Group Legacy.  Involved in the Lead Atlantic City Tomorrow, she works to strengthen, solidify and improve Atlantic City’s civic and community infrastructure.  She serves on several executive boards, including the Boys & Girls Club, Atlantic City High School Basketball Invitational, Battle by the Bay.  She is the Treasurer for Ocean Community Economic Action and a board member for the Brayces Smile for a Lifetime Foundation.  She was named Atlantic City Weekly’s 2017 Top 40 under 40 and is also a member of alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the Links, Inc. and Jack and Jill of America, Inc.