Post 4: Bob Gray
Elected in July 2014, Bob Gray brings nearly 30 years of business experience, as well as many years of community service, to his position on the Johns Creek City Council. His involvement with the City began in 2006 when he worked with the Governor's Commission on Johns Creek and the founding city leaders to facilitate the approach to establishing the city.
His career has encompassed global and national executive positions in consulting, technology and outsourcing businesses, with direct experience in Brazil, Canada, France, India, Japan, Switzerland, and the UK.
Bob currently serves on the Board of Directors of and is an investor in Ammacore, a local networking solutions start up. He is also a mentor to entrepreneurs of technology startups with Georgia Tech's ATDC Mentor Program.
From 2010 to 2013 Bob served as President, Commercial Services of NTT Data, the fifth largest IT services company in the world. Previously, he was Executive Vice President at Keane, Managing Director at Bearing Point, Vice President at Capgemini, Partner at Ernst & Young, Vice President at Gemini Consulting and Manager, Accenture.
Bob has been active in the community, serving as a trustee at the Swift School, the largest school in the southeast devoted to teaching children with dyslexia; and advising the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University, North Point Community Church, Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church and the YMCA's Adventure Guides Program on various strategic expansion plans.
He earned a B.S. in Engineering from Purdue University before studying accounting at the University of Illinois and then earning an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago.
Married to his high school sweetheart, Susanne, they have four children.