Keri Gray is a diversity & inclusion influencer, millennial talent expert, and consultant. She designs programs and leverages relationships that cater towards building and attracting diverse talent. Keri identifies as a Black woman with disabilities and uses her experiences, political views, and programming to empower and equip underrepresented communities. In her work, she actively utilizes a framework of intersectionality- meaning that her work intersects with issues surrounding people of color, women, AND people with disabilities. Keri has worked with the American Association of People with Disabilities, Disability:IN, the National Council on Independent Living and consulted with many organizations and institutions of higher education. Through these roles, Keri has designed and managed programs for over 1,000 young professionals and collaborated with over 95 global fortune 500 companies to connect diverse talent to opportunities in the employment sector. Keri was raised in Longview, Texas but currently resides in the Washington, DC metro area. She attended college at Abilene Christian University where she received Bachelor degrees in Political Science and Communication and then a Master’s degree in Communication.
Netroots Nation participation
- Netroots Nation 2019