Dr. David Gray
David L. Gray, Ph.D. has served in public education for over almost thirty years. He has been nationally recognized as a teacher and principal. Gray, a native Coloradoan, has served as a superintendent in two districts in Colorado and as a regional manager for the Colorado Department of Education.
Gray received his Doctorate in educational administration from the University of Denver, Master’s Degree in educational administration from the University of San Francisco, and teaching degree from the University of Southern Colorado – with a focus on technology in education and virtual learning. Gray has served as an adjunct and visiting instructor for Adams State College and the University of Denver. He has served as an educational consultant in school districts in Colorado, Nevada, and Washington D. C. and in California, Indiana, Missouri, and Arizona as a site visitor for the U.S. Department of Education, National Blue Ribbon School’s Program.
Gray is a father of two adult boys residing with their families in Colorado. Gray currently lives in Ridgefield, WA with his wife Jennifer.