Rayshauna Gray channels her creativity into her work with Harvard University and the Cambridge Historical Society. She spent two years advancing progressive legislation with the National Organization for Women and is currently writing Roseland, a book about the last 200 years of the nation's history through seven generations of women in her family.
Gray developed The Heart Work, a framework and workshop series that helps people interrogate how imposter syndrome impacts their lives. Recent partners include Google, General Assembly, the Obama Foundation, and dozens of non-profits, universities, community organizations, and startups in Chicago and Boston. Gray is from the south side of Chicago and she loves New England very much.
Ladies Lounge | Confronting Imposter Syndrome
Ladies Lounge is a monthly series where we bring together influential women entrepreneurs focused on a central theme.
Confronting Imposter Syndrome
Are you afraid of being found out as a fraud?