The Greater Belhaven Foundation Announces New Executive Director

Casey Creasey, Executive Director

Casey Creasey
Executive Director

The Greater Belhaven Foundation is pleased to announce that Casey Creasey has been named the new Executive Director of the Greater Belhaven Foundation (GBF).

Creasey has served as Interim Director since October. She has a long-standing affiliation with the neighborhood organization including serving as the Greater Belhaven Foundation Special Projects Chair and the Bright Lights Belhaven Nights Assistant Festival Coordinator.

“We are elated to have Casey serve in this vital position,” said Steve Funderburg, GBF President. “Through her different roles, she has been part of the foundation for several years, and has a working knowledge of the organization and the neighborhood. She not only brings this experience to the position, but also brings great enthusiasm and creativity.”

Creasey was the featured artist of the 12th annual Bright Lights, Belhaven Nights street festival (BLBN), where she drew her inspiration from Belhaven Park and the Bright Lights Belhaven Nights event, and created a unique 3-D painting for the festival that reflected elements of Belhaven.
Creasey received a Broadcast Journalism degree and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Mississippi.

She is actively involved in the community where she has served as the Art and Design Chair for Mistletoe Marketplace, Chair of Art for the Park and President of the Belhaven Garden Club. Creasey resides in Belhaven with her husband Sam, a partner with Morgan & Morgan, and their daughter Grace.


GBF, a non-profit group governed by a board of directors, works to improve and revitalize the area through long-range planning, economic restructuring, historic preservation, green space enhancement, and improvement of Fortification Street, the major east-west corridor between the two neighborhoods.