Greg Schoofs is Vice President – Relationship Manager for commercial clients of Enterprise Bank & Trust. Early in his career, Greg was a legislative aide to Congresswoman Jan Meyers in her Washington DC office. He also has served as CFO of an international government and defense aviation services contractor, and worked in commercial banking in the Kansas City area.
Schoofs’ undergraduate years were spent at Northwestern University where he was president of his fraternity and a varsity swimmer. While working for Congresswoman Meyers, he completed a Master’s in Economics from George Mason University. Greg remains active with the Northwestern Alumni Association and served its treasurer.
Greg and his wife Lisa are native Kansas Citians, members of St. Ann Parish and Indian Hills Country Club. They have three children – Branden, Eden and Alex. Lisa is an agent with Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate and manages commercial and residential properties.
Among other volunteer activities, the Schoofs have been advocates for the Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Foundation and raised community support through its annual Art for Arthritis event.
I ask your support to give our area a choice in November and the opportunity to have a real debate on the issues facing Kansas. I do not share my opponent’s faith in the Progressive policy approach that is harming our nation at every level of government. Having put three children through the public schools with personal roots going back to 1984, I am running to maintain our quality of life, support our neighborhoods and bring real world business and financial expertise to addressing issues critical to the future of Kansans.
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