About Ryan

Ryan GregoryRyan Gregory is an engineer, community leader, father and a third-generation Napa native who has dedicated much of his life towards the betterment of our community.  He was elected to the Board of Supervisors on November 8, 2016, his first run for public office.

Ryan earned a bachelor's degree in civil engineering at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) and is a Registered Professional Engineer (CA). He worked as Vice President and Owner of the local civil engineering firm RSA+, resigning from the firm to focus on his job as Napa County Supervisor. During his 20-year professional engineering career, Ryan was a leader in the local engineering field with a specialty in the planning, design and construction of residential projects for both non-profit and for-profit builders. Ryan also worked on commercial, agricultural and infrastructure projects for local municipalities.

Ryan's extensive history of community involvement includes service as former Board President of the Napa Chamber of Commerce, Community Action Napa Valley, Leadership Napa Valley, Napa Engineers Society and the Kiwanis Club of Napa.  He has been a Director of the Boys & Girls Club and a member of the Vine Trail Engineering Committee, Joint City-County Affordable Housing Taskforce, the Airport Industrial Area Blue Ribbon Committee, the City of Napa Housing Element Update Committee 2007 and 2014, Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency's (NCTPA) Highway 29 Citizens Advisory Committee, and the Downtown Napa Specific Plan Steering Committee. Ryan was also an appointed member of the City of Napa's Civil Service Commission and was the long-time Beverage Chair for Auction Napa Valley’s Friday Barrel Auction.

In addition to elected office, Ryan continues to demonstrate his commitment to Napa County through service as President of the Downtown Property and Business Improvement District (PBID) and “Brother Can You Spare a Dime” Community Baseball Outings organization, taking local, deserving kids to San Francisco Giants games.  He also demonstrates his love for trails and recreation as a Director of the Redwood Trails Alliance and a coach of Napa’s Composite High School Mt. Bike Team.

Ryan’s engineering and business background and community service experience lead to a deep understanding of how the community works.  And as District 2 Supervisor, he knows how Napa County government should work for its residents.  Ryan is honored to represent the community on the Board of Supervisors and is excited to run for his third term. 

Ryan is also active on several boards and commissions as a Napa County representative, including service as: