Gregory “Steve” Proctor Jr.

Gregory “Steve” Proctor, Jr.

President & Chief Executive Officer

Gregory “Steve” Proctor, Jr. is the President and CEO of G.S. Proctor & Associates, Inc., one of the most highly respected government and private sector advocacy organizations in Maryland, with offices located in Upper Marlboro and Annapolis. Since its founding in 1995, Steve and his associates have provided legislative and administrative lobbying representation to a broad spectrum of clients; including institutions of higher learning, non-profit organizations, local and multinational businesses, and local and international governmental bodies on the county, state and federal levels. For the last 10 years, G.S. Proctor has been consistently ranked among the Top Ten lobbying firms in the State of Maryland.

After matriculating from Towson University, he received his B.A. in Political Science from his alma mater, George Washington University. Always the entrepreneur, he owns and operates several ventures. Always with a spirit of philanthropy, he is an extremely active member of the community, holding multiple terms and meaningful relationships with seats on boards for several organizations including Junior Achievement, The College of Southern Maryland, The Foundation School, The United Way of the National Capital Area, Bowie State University Board of Visitors, and Prince George’s Community College. He also regularly supports many organizations with their community initiatives and scholarship events through direct service and financial donations.

Steve is also a family man. He and his wife, Dianne, reside in Upper Marlboro, MD where they raised their four adult sons: Aaron, Brian, Trey, and Troy. When Steve is not helping others, he serves on several leadership positions on professional boards as well, including serving on the Executive Board at Greater Washington Board of Trade. He is also the Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors at Old Line Bank and the immediately former Chair of The Greater Prince George’s Business Roundtable.