Megan Gray

Chief Communications Officer

UCLA - B.A.

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Megan Gray is a native of Los Angeles, California. After graduating from the University of California, Los Angeles, she moved to Boston, where she lived for six years. Megan has worked as a web writer for the New York Times Digital Company and Lesley College, and as a grant writer for The Harvard Museum of Natural History, The Marjorie Barrick Museum, The Atomic Testing Museum, and The Actors' Fund. During her time in Boston, she traveled extensively throughout New England, completed courses in advanced fiction at the Harvard University Extension School, and became a big fan of the four seasons (yes, even winter). In Las Vegas, she's learned to like dry heat and creosote. Megan enjoys traveling the world with her anthropologist husband and two daughters, as well as reading and photography.
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The Alexander Dawson School

The Alexander Dawson School at Rainbow Mountain, an independent school located on 33-acres in the community of Summerlin, is Nevada’s first Stanford University Challenge Success partner school for students in early childhood through grade eight. Utilizing the unique Challenge Success framework, Dawson uses research-based strategies and programs that emphasize student wellbeing and a healthy school-life balance to create more engaged, motivated, and resilient learners. 
Students achieve their individual potential while savoring life and meeting the challenges of the world.