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Dr. David Gray is a senior fellow at the New America Foundation. He has been an adviser to its Education Program, a consultant to the
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, coordinator of the Religious Center Initiative and David directed New America's Workforce and Family Program from 2005-2013. David’s events are widely attended and his writings about social mobility, work-life balance, workforce development, family and child well-being, economic growth, politics, and religion have appeared in publications such as USA TODAY, The Christian Science Monitor, The Washington Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Daily News, and The Baltimore Sun. David has served as the Senior Pastor of Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church since 2009. He used to blog frequently for the Huffington Post and has been featured in print, radio and television interviews. David’s books include Practicing Balance: How Congregations Can Promote Harmony in Work and Life, Faith in Service, 1015 and Spiritual Calcium.
David is a former acting assistant secretary for policy in the senior executive service at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), where he advised the Secretary of Labor, managed the DOL offices of regulatory policy, programmatic policy, compliance assistance/technology, and economic analysis/research, staffed a number of White House working groups, and represented the U.S. abroad in negotiations in Mexico and in Chile. David has served as a counsel to the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Government Management and as a legislative aid to several members of Congress. He is a graduate of Yale, Harvard, Wesley Seminary and Northwestern.