About Kim.


Kim Gray is a committed mother, civic leader, and public servant.  For over 25 years she has worked tirelessly to improve the lives of all Richmonders through her involvement in government, non-profit and civic organizations. In 2016 she was elected to serve on Richmond City Council for the Second District, having previously served two terms on the city’s School Board.

Kim served two of Virginia’s governors. Both Governor Mark Warner and Governor Tim Kaine appointed her to positions in their administrations. Most recently, she worked as a policy assistant in the Virginia Department of Transportation.   

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In 2003, Governor Warner appointed Kim to work on his innovative Partnership for Achieving Successful Schools (PASS).  Through Kim's efforts of promoting partnerships between the business and non-profit community the PASS initiative raised student achievement in some of the lowest performing schools in the Commonwealth.



Kim’s ability to connect in a positive manner with diverse audiences, for causes important to our community, is evident in her involvement with groups ranging from the Historic Jackson Ward Association and the NAACP to the Parent Teacher Student Association and the Richmond Crusade for Voters.

Her leadership skills were recognized by her selection and participation in the 2006 class of Leadership Metro Richmond.  She was also chosen to be part of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership’s 2010 Political Leaders Program. Kim has received numerous organizational awards for her service, including being recognized in 1997 as a United Way Emerging Leader.

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A native of Richmond, Kim Gray was educated in Richmond’s public schools. Gray's children also attend Richmond public schools. 



Kim Gray is a committed mother, civic leader, and public servant.  For over 25 years she has worked tirelessly to improve the lives of all Richmonders through her involvement in government, non-profit and civic organizations. In 2016 she was elected to serve on Richmond City Council for the Second District, having previously served two terms on the city’s School Board.

Kim served two of Virginia’s governors. Both Governor Mark Warner and Governor Tim Kaine appointed her to positions in their administrations. Most recently, she worked as a policy assistant in the Virginia Department of Transportation.   

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In 2003, Governor Warner appointed Kim to work on his innovative Partnership for Achieving Successful Schools (PASS).  Through Kim's efforts of promoting partnerships between the business and non-profit community the PASS initiative raised student achievement in some of the lowest performing schools in the Commonwealth.

Kim’s ability to connect in a positive manner with diverse audiences, for causes important to our community, is evident in her involvement with groups ranging from the Historic Jackson Ward Association and the NAACP to the Parent Teacher Student Association and the Richmond Crusade for Voters.

Her leadership skills were recognized by her selection and participation in the 2006 class of Leadership Metro Richmond.  She was also chosen to be part of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership’s 2010 Political Leaders Program. Kim has received numerous organizational awards for her service, including being recognized in 1997 as a United Way Emerging Leader.

A native of Richmond, Kim Gray was educated in Richmond’s public schools. Gray's children also attend Richmond public schools. 


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