Former Parliamentary Secretary, Montserrat
Gregory Willock is a politician and a current Parliamentary Secretary in Montserrat.
Gregory Willock worked with the Government of Montserrat for 24 years – 14 as a Customs Officer, and 10 as a Computer Technician. He is the Owner/Managing Director of Officetech Ltd. and Founder of Punch and Get Out Productions, a non-profit organisation and charity.
As father, a sports executive, business owner, radio host, and entertainment producer, his talents pushed him to become the Leeward Island’s Cricket Committee Chairman, WICB acting Director, and a member of the WICB Cricket Development Committee. Gregory co-founded the Sir Howard Fergus Scholarship Fund, is a former Chairman of Montserrat Festival Committee, organised the 2012 Living Healthy 50-Strong Challenge and planned the visit of the famous FIFA World Cup Trophy in 2013 on its World Tour to Brazil.
Willock successfully contested the 2014 general election, and was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Culture, Youth Affairs and Sports on 16 September 2014.
On 9 October 2018, Willock has resigned from his post as Parliamentary Secretary and as a member of the PDM Administration. In August 2019, he announced the formation of the Montserrat National Congress (MNC).