Greer Hostetter is a native of Charlotte, North Carolina. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design.
Greer and her husband Ross lived in London, England for two years, where Greer worked for the design firm Colefax and Fowler. That experience influenced her to create and open Cheyne Walk, LLC, a European antique import business that she ran and operated from Atlanta, Georgia until she and her family moved to Charleston.
Greer is very involved in First Scots Presbyterian Church, where she is currently serving her third year as a Deacon and is a member of the Local Missions Committee, and the Nominating Committee. Previously, she has been the children’s fellowship Kirk Club Director, Kirk Club Worship Skills Director, Kirk Club Bible teacher, and a Sunday School teacher.
Greer has a love of the outdoors, where gardening lies at the core. She has enjoyed being the landscape architect and master gardener of three projects. In her spare time, she likes to play tennis, cook, sew, garden, and spend time with her family. Greer and Ross are raising three daughters.