Teachers are there to help students gain skills that will help them be informed and productive citizens.”
Chemistry and Physical Science
“Science is everywhere you look; I like being able to see something and know how it works. It makes me appreciate everything around me.”
During their undergraduate studies, Gray worked as a Chemistry Teaching Assistant. As a graduate student, they worked as a Research Assistant in soil science. In this role, they created a qPCR primer that could detect E. coli.
Gray also worked as a community volunteer tutor for Schools of Hope—a unique collaboration of the Madison Metropolitan School District, United Way of Dane County, and local area non-profit agencies designed to increase the academic performance of students of color and those from low-income families.
During the 2014–2015 academic year, they began teaching full time.
Gray enjoys reading, watching television, traveling, whitewater kayaking and hip hop dancing.
- University of Wisconsin-Madison (Certification in Secondary Science)
- St. Norbert College (Bachelor of Science in Chemistry)