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Rob Gray

Gray Media founder and President Rob Gray is known as one of the region’s most knowledgeable and effective public relations executives.


Mr. Gray holds two decades of media and public affairs experience at the local, state, and national levels, specializing in developing and implementing communications plans for high-profile clients in both the corporate and public sectors. He advises Fortune 500, Fortune 50 and other businesses on a daily basis regarding communications challenges.


Outside of his corporate communications practice, Rob is also a political consultant. He has been a senior advisor and media strategist on many leading campaigns, including Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s 2002 campaign; Charlie Baker’s 2010 campaign for governor; McCain 2008;  & the Bush/Cheney presidential campaigns,


Prior to launching the firm, Rob served as press secretary to both Massachusetts Governor William Weld and Governor Paul Cellucci. In that capacity, he was the Governors’ top spokesman and media strategist and managed all media communications and planning for cabinet and sub-cabinet agencies. Mr. Gray has also worked as a gubernatorial campaign manager, U.S. Senate race communications director, and press secretary on Capitol Hill.


Rob is a political analyst for WCVB-TV Boston.  He has been recognized by The Boston Business Journal as one of the area’s top public relations executives and was named one of the top 10 “Massachusetts Influencers” by Campaigns & Elections Magazine.

Jen Daly

Jennifer Daly specializes in leading public affairs campaigns and in broadcast news coverage. Prior to joining Gray Media, Jen holds more than a decade covering local, national and international news events. While working in various capacities at NBC, Jen covered three Olympic Games and managed the NBC affiliate coverage of 9/11. She served as Executive Producer for the NBC Owned and Operated stations in Rome during coverage of the death of Pope John Paul II.


She has lead coverage of a variety of local news events across the Northeast, including debate and election night coverage in both New York City and Connecticut. She was pool producer for the resignation of Connecticut Governor John Rowland, and received a regional Emmy while serving as Executive Producer of “Destination Education,” a children’s program. At Gray Media, Jen has led statewide and national outreach campaigns in fields including healthcare, anti-smoking initiatives, telecommunications, and entertainment.


A native of Massachusetts, Jen started her career at WHDH in Boston. She now lives in Connecticut.


Andrew Goodrich

Andrew Goodrich specializes in on-line and social media, research, and campaign technology integration. Before joining Gray Media, Andrew was Deputy Director of E-Media for the Mitt Romney for President Campaign. Andrew has extensive experience in Massachusetts politics, working on three gubernatorial races, Governor Mitt Romney’s administration, the House Minority Leader’s office and the Massachusetts Republican Party.


He is a former Republican State Committee member and has been a delegate to both the state and national Republican conventions. At Gray Media Andrew focuses on influencing public affairs through social media and technology, and in research-assisted PR.


Andrew was  named by Campaign and Elections magazine as one of the top 100 “Massachusetts Influencers.” A Georgetown University graduate, Andrew stays involved with his alma mater conducting admission interviews with qualified applicants in the Boston area. He is also active with the Georgetown Club of Boston. Andrew is currently enrolled in the Johns Hopkins University Advanced Academic Program to attain his Master's degree.   He and his family currently reside in Scituate.



Kate Kahn

Kate Kahn holds more than 20 years of experience in PR and journalism.  She specializes in overseeing and implementing public affairs campaigns to raise awareness on policy issues, to advance ideas, and to influence policy makers and key opinion leaders through targeted media placement across multiple platforms.


Kate won seven regional Emmy Awards and one national Emmy Honor Award during her time as Executive Producer for Special Projects and Senior Investigative & Political Producer at WHDH-TV 7 in Boston.


She has extensive producing experience in local, national and international broadcasting including special events, election coverage, sporting events, and investigative reporting.  She has also worked in the newsroom for network television affiliates in Knoxville, Tennessee and Minneapolis.


Kate teaches broadcast and multimedia news reporting and production to both graduate and undergraduate students at the College of Communications at Boston University.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Tufts University and a Master’s Degree from the University of Missouri School of Journalism.