Brad S. Gray, Ph.D. is a specialist in organizational, leadership, and human development with a focus on Global Leadership Development. Brad is the past Vice President for Global Initiatives and Leadership Development for the National Association of Independent Schools in Washington, D.C. Prior to going to Washington, he served as Director of the Community Outreach Partnership Center for the Vanderbilt Institute of Public Policy Studies at Vanderbilt University. During his tenure at Vanderbilt he was Instructor in Human and Organizational Development and Leadership in Organizations and also served as Acting Director for Office of Active Citizenship and Service. Before coming to Vanderbilt Brad worked with Lifeway Resources in a number of roles that included Director of Strategic Initiatives and International Program Director for Global Involvement. He directed project management for national projects and international initiatives. Brad led a national network of volunteers and directed their leadership training and development. He has extensive training and broad experience in leadership and management in the United States and Internationally. He has worked and lived abroad and speaks Spanish fluently.