Hello, I’m Greg Dildine.
Our family lives in the Stoneleigh neighborhood just north of Baltimore City. I’m glad to help in our neighborhood and school community in the “civic volunteer” role that I truly enjoy.
Our family moved to Baltimore in June, 2012, from New Haven, CT. After Evanston, IL for college at Northwestern University, then to Chicago, Boston, and New Haven, it is great to be back in Maryland, having grown up in Bethesda. Transitioning from the film & television business to civic volunteerism and politics while in New Haven, Connecticut, I especially enjoyed my role as the Alderman for New Haven’s 25th Ward, 2010-2011.
Currently, I serve as secretary on the Stoneleigh Community Association’s board of governors having been Treasurer, Vice President and President, helping as vice president for the St. Paul’s Schools Parents Association, and as the Community Member on the Towson University Institutional Review Board.
Since October 2018, I have been working with founder John Truckenbrod on an exciting start-up to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles. EV Energy Group (www.EVenergygroup.com) was formed to help make a significant contribution towards the transformation to a sustainable, zero-carbon economy. The Free Charging Network went live in April 2019 with our proof-of-concept installation at one of ALDI’s newest grocery stores in Los Angeles. I look forward to helping grow this exciting new endeavor!