Herb Gray is the owner of a mental & behavioral health company (Life Enhancement Services) in Washington DC providing counseling and other support services to about 800 residents each week. Herb enjoys participating in impactful community service projects. He is very proud to have recently been selected as a member of the DC Police Reform Commission. Herb and his wife Felicia enjoy attending and hosting social events. He is the proud father of his daughter Bailey, who recently started the first grade.
Ransom Miller, III is the founder and chairman of Project GiveBack, a community service organization based in Washington DC. Project GiveBack’s primary program is The Annual Thanksgiving Food Distribution. In other community service efforts, Ransom impacts his hometown community of Oklahoma City through a partnership with Bethlehem Star Baptist Church via The Ransom Miller, III Scholarship Fund. He is also a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated Alpha Omega Chapter. He is a proud alumnus of Howard University where he excelled in academics and athletics. Ransom resides in Washington, DC with his wife HarDisha and sons Ransom IV (a sophomore at Monmouth University) and Harrison (a first grader at Shining Stars Montessori).
Much of this discussion was driven by Herb and Ransom’s leadership experiences, responsibility to their respective communities, and vision for the future of their organizations and the impact they can have.