Dr. Roger C. Gray
Dr. Roger C. Gray is a native of Brooklyn, NY, and retired from the United States Marine Corps after 20 years of honorable service. He is an advocate for higher education and earned his Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminal Justice from University of Maryland University College, Master of Human Relations from University of Oklahoma, Master of Business Administration and Master of Business and Organizational Security Management from Webster University, Master of Social Work from The Catholic University of America, and completed his Doctorate in Christian Education with Orr Ministries. He is a licensed and ordained Elder and has worked in every area of ministry in his 25 years of service. His focus area is youth and young adults. In 2006, Dr. Gray established a non-profit organization called Mentoring Young Minds, Inc., (MYM). He continually reaches out to the community, partnering with other organizations that support the edification and uplifting of the targeted population.
Professionally, Dr. Gray is a Social Worker employed by the DoD Marine Corps, specializing in Substance Addiction, Abuse and Misuse (Treatment), and a Drug Demand Reduction Program Coordinator (Prevention). His in-depth curriculum training skills, advance data analysis, and technological skills are used to support three major commands along the eastern seaboard of the U.S. He is licensed as an Addiction Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor, Certified Clinical Supervisor, ADC II, CAC II, Prime for Life Instructor, and ADAMS Facilitator (Navy). Dr. Gray is an experienced leader, trainer, mentor, and manager of diverse staffs. He is able to manage material and financial resources within budgetary limits and known as a self-motivated and adaptive team builder.