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The Brown Bag w/ Keith Gray

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Keith Gray grew up in a single parent household where his mother taught him the value of education. Keith’s passion for learning led him to earn a full athletic scholarship to American University in Washington, D.C. where he earned his Bachelor’s of Arts in Justice. Keith went on to work and further his education at the University of South Florida (USF) where he served as an University Administrator and instructor. At USF, he earned his Masters of Education while working hard to have a positive impact the on lives of young men and women.

As an administrator, he was primarily responsible for ensuring minority students were able to gain access to and matriculate through college. Keith helped many first generation college students, like himself, become successfully admitted to college and set on the pathway to prosperity.

As an Officer with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., Keith was responsible for ensuring the safety and security of several recreational centers and youth serving facilities while serving as a mentor to many youth who attended the centers. He used his athletic talent and experiences to partner with other divisions within the department to organize basketball clinics across the city in an effort to open the lines of communication between police and the community’s youth. These experiences established Keith as a transcendent leader who is not afraid to meet our challenges where they are.

Keith is a tireless leader with a heart and mind dedicated to helping everyday people. Keith is committed to community development and looks forward to serving all of his neighbors and friends in Prince Georges County. Keith not only believes, but will work to ensure that all Marylanders are “Better Together.”


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