Skip to main content

Keri Gray is a cancer survivor, entrepreneur, speaker, and facilitator. She is the CEO of the Keri Gray Consulting Group, where they strive to create professional communities of understanding through disability and racial justice education. She is also founder of the National Alliance of Melanin Disabled Advocates (the NAMED Advocates), which creates spaces for disabled leaders of color and BIPOC allies to gather, learn, connect, and grow around racial and disability justice.

Through her various roles, Keri has recruited approximately 4,000 professionals for over 100 organizations and Fortune 500 companies. She has also designed and managed programs for over 1,000 professionals that has helped participants secure competitive employment, identify transferable skills, build an influential network, and gain notable opportunities.

Keri’s work has been featured in Teen Vogue, the New York Times, People Magazine, Time Magazine, PBS NewsHour, Madamenoire, and the Diet Coke campaign #Unlabeled.

Interested in working with Keri Gray? Reach out here.

Contact Keri to collaborate.


    • Thomas Jones says:

      THANK YOU SO MUCH for your presentation today at our school (Montclair Kimberley Academy)!
      I have been a History teacher here for 15 years, and your presentation had me riveted with feelings, with emotions, with reflection, and with inspiration and enthusiasm to further this discussion with our students – as well as with my own daughter. Your message was Great, and your authenticity magnetic. I know you impacted our community with your sharing – if it moved me powerfully, I know it did many others! Thank You for being so authentically strong and generous with your testimony!
      The only unfortunate thing with the Livestream is that you could not hear us clapping in appreciation, so I hope you hear me now :).
      – Thomas Jones

    • Stacie Benton says:

      Hello. I live in the Midwest and I am a now permanently cognitively disabled woman of color that’s been abused and almost died. I have not been included or aware of any national 2023 disabled biooc events to support or empower are these disability events just for private invitation only. There all are sorts of things that’s been going on in the disability world that I have not been aware of. I know of other single women that are disabled being abused and being violated with no protection. Who is fighting for us the disabled community because I am unsure and what programs and better place to live are out here for single disabled women. Thank You…

    Leave a Reply