|Mississippi Senate District 8|
|Bachelor's||Mississippi State University|
|Master's||University of Mississippi|
As the chairperson of the Summit for Chichasaw County's Future, Gregory worked to build a downtown park and mural, coordinated the documentation of over 150 historic buildings, and coordinated numerous grants for historic rehabilitation and job creation.
She holds a BA in education from Mississippi State University and a MEd from Ole Miss.
- See also: Mississippi State Senate elections, 2011
Gregory was defeated in the 2011 election for Mississippi Senate District 8. She narrowly defeated Victor Horn in the primary on August 2, 2011, winning by just 7 votes. She was defeated by Russell Jolly in the general election which took place on November 8, 2011. 
|Mississippi State Senate, District 8 General Election, 2011|
|Mississippi State Senate, District 8 Republican Primary, 2011|
On her 2011 campaign page, Gregory explains her decision to seek public office:
- "I am running for this Senate Seat because I care deeply for this Region and feel strongly that through a commitment to Economic Development, Education and Efficient Government we CAN build a better future for our children. I have a passion to make a difference and a determination to face head on problems that affect our Region with workable solutions. We can no longer hide our heads in the sand. We must create better economic opportunities so that our children want to and CAN stay in Mississippi."
Gregory has served on the boards of the Okolona Area Habitat for Humanity, the Okolona Area Chamber of Commerce, Daughters of American Revolution, the Lanier Club - General Federation of Women's Clubs, and the Tupelo Ballet League. She and her husband, Bob, have three daughters.
- NEMS360.com, "Senate District 8: Gregory and Jolly to be on ballot twice on election day," October 29, 2011
- The Parents' Campaign, "Candidates for Senate District 8" (Candidate Questionnaire)