National Alliance of Multicultural Disabled Advocates (NAMD Advocates)
“I would not be where I am today without mentorship. Mentorship has helped me spiritually, professional, economically, and personally. I have received much, and so it is my responsibility and privilege to give and mentor as much as I can.”
We are proud to induct Keri Gray into the Susan Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame.
Keri’s work centers on exploring the intersections of race, gender, and disability across the workplace. As a consultant, speaker, and facilitator, she works with companies and organizations, so they are prepared to leverage intersectionality as an organizational practice. Through the National Alliance of Multicultural Disabled Advocates, Keri collaborates with organizers across the country to invest in the leadership of Black and Brown people with disabilities.
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, People Magazine, Time Magazine, Madamenoire, PBS Newshour, and the Diet Coke campaign #Unlabeled.