Denise Gray J.D., was born and raised on the North side of Lexington, Kentucky, and is a proud 1997 graduate of Bryan Station High School. She is also a graduate of the University of Louisville where she received a B.A. in Communications and was a member of the National Championship Cheerleading Squad. After undergraduate school, Ms. Gray graduated from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Ms. Gray is committed to public service and has dedicated her life to serving her community.
After much soul searching and reflecting, Ms. Gray made the difficult decision not to practice law, but rather follow her strong desire to work with children. Currently, Ms. Gray is employed with Fayette County Public Schools working with special needs children. As a testament to Ms. Gray’s dedication to public service and her commitment to her community, she has undertaken leadership roles at her church, Consolidated Baptist Church, with its Children’s Ministry, as well as an active member of the Fayette County Democratic Party’s Executive Committee as the 76th Legislative District Chairperson.
She is active with numerous civic groups including The Women’s Network. Ms. Gray works tirelessly with the Kentucky Education Association as a member of its Program and Budget Committee, and was a KEA Fellow representing support staff throughout the state of Kentucky. She is also a member of the Fayette County Education Support Association’s Executive Board. She has also been featured as part of the National Education Association’s See Educators Run Program. Ms. Gray is family-oriented and strongly supported by her parents, siblings, family and friends.
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