Robb Gray, Director of Policy-Advocacy, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Robb A. Gray is director of policy-advocacy for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. In this role, he is responsible for identifying and securing opportunities for effecting positive systemic change aligned with the foundation’s mission. He is also focused on integrating and coordinating the policy advocacy and stakeholder engagement across the foundation.
Prior to joining the foundation, Gray served in various capacities focused on advancing policies impacting children, families and communities in philanthropy, the nonprofit sector, and government. Specifically, he was vice president of policy and advocacy for Arnold Ventures, senior director of state strategies and engagement for the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a policy advisor and coalition organizer with Government Affairs Consulting, executive director of the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department, and senior fiscal analyst at the Oklahoma State Senate.
Gray has served on multiple boards and committees for nonprofit associations and professional organizations including, the chair of the Ballot Initiative Strategy Center Foundation, member of the Citizens for Tax Justice, and Senate appointee to the Oklahoma Building Bonds Commission.
Gray holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and international relations with a certificate in Latin American Studies from the University of Florida. He received a Master of Public Administration with an emphasis in public policy, organizational development, and administrative law from the University of Oklahoma.