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Adjunct Instructor of English
Adjunct Faculty
The Millard and JJ Oakley School of Humanities, Education and the Arts
B.S., Middle Tennessee State University
M.S.P., Cumberland University

Carolyn Bridges Gregory is a native of Nashville, Tennessee. She earned a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies from Middle Tennessee State University and a M.S. in Public Service Management from Cumberland University.

Carolyn retired from LifeWay Christian Resources where she worked on adult curriculum, magazines, and Bible studies. After retirement from LifeWay, she worked as a substitute teacher in the Sumner County School System at Knox Doss Middle School in Hendersonville.

Active in the Daughters of the American Revolution, she recently stepped down as Regent of the French Lick Chapter of Davidson County after serving as Regent for four years. She also serves on the Nashville City Cemetery Board. She is a member and officer of the Tennessee Baptist Historical Society and has written numerous articles for their annual Journal. Carolyn’s research interests include genealogy and researching with co-researcher and writer Dr. Bill McKee on the political and biological sketches of the 36 individuals who have served as Tennessee Secretaries of State.

Carolyn and her husband Ed are the parents of two adult children and three grandchildren. Active members of First Baptist Church, Hendersonville. The Gregorys reside in Gallatin, Tennessee.