Alan Gregory "Greg" Sayers is a New Zealand politician who is an Auckland Councillor.
Greg Sayers Wikipedia
The son of journalist and athlete Alan Sayers, Sayers attended Auckland Grammar School, where he was a school prefect and the winner of the Burroughs Trophy (Dux Ludorum). Sayers attended the University of Auckland, where he studied Chemistry.
Before entering politics, Sayers was chairman of several companies, including Zorb Limited for seven months in 2012.
Sayers was elected to the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board in 2010.
At the 2013 Auckland elections, Sayers was elected to both the Rodney Local Board and the Hibiscus and Bays Local Board. The law was later changed to stop politicians serving on more than one local board.
At the 2016 Auckland elections, Sayers was elected to the Auckland Council, defeating incumbent Penny Webster in an "upset". In his maiden speech he "said Auckland Council had to restore trust with his ward" and the "Council must live within its financial means".