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, Mr. Gray 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, the Republican National Committee; and the 2000 Florida recount.
Prior to launching the firm, Mr. Gray 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.
Recognized by The Boston Business Journal as one of the top public relations executives in Boston, Mr. Gray and his firm represent major corporations and other clients in fields including health care, construction, energy, real estate, and finance.
A graduate of Middlebury College, Mr. Gray is a frequent guest on television and radio news and talk programs, and is a Fox 25 TV Political Analyst. He often speaks about communications and politics to classes and forums at leading universities and to business and industry groups. His commentaries and analysis have appeared in leading newspapers such as The Boston Herald, The Boston Globe, and The New York Times.
- Boston Herald
"[Among] the best and brightest of Boston's business