The Greater Salisbury Committee is a non-profit, membership organization made up of more than 100 individuals representing businesses, nonprofit organizations, educational and civic institutions.
The mission of the GSC remains what it has been since its founding in 1967 – to identify opportunities and to serve as a catalyst to improve the community. On the wall in the GSC Conference Room are printed the following words: “The Greater Salisbury Committee helps identify community problems, works to find broad and sound solutions, assists in resolving the problems.” GSC is committed to improving the business climate of the Greater Salisbury area by engaging its corporate and civic leadership to develop solutions to the problems that affect the region’s competitiveness and viability.
GSC believes that private, public, and philanthropic partnerships are a key ingredient in solving our community’s challenges. By identifying issues that are crucial to our area’s business growth, and by playing an influential role in developing strategies and implementing action to create change, GSC stands at the ready. Opportunities for GSC members to expand their perspectives, build relationships and influence the business climate are ever present.
Through the GSC, members work with officials at the highest levels of state and local government as well as business leaders who are shaping the future of Salisbury, and of the Delmarva Peninsula. Members lead by serving on committees that address the issues and challenges that confront the community.