Suzanne Gray is a consultant with over 16 years experience in arts management, public relations and government.
Formerly a senior manager at the Kentucky Arts Council, Suzanne has worked with communities, businesses and organizations to develop and implement arts programs and strategies that make the best use of their cultural and economic assets.
She was also a key advisor on several major public art projects throughout the state, including Abraham Lincoln sculptures in Springfield and Hodgenville, Ky. Active in her community, Suzanne was founder of the Capital Friends of the Arts, a public art advocacy group in Frankfort and has worked on several successful local arts projects.
In addition to her arts experience, Suzanne served as a legislative aide in Washington, D.C., and as an international relations specialist in Texas state government.
This unique blend of experience brings both the skills and vision to assist clients in strategic planning, marketing and promotions, organizational development, advocacy, event planning, program development and public art.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in public relations from the University of Florida and a master’s degree in art history from the University of Kentucky.