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Lisa A. Gray, PhD, LCSW, is an assistant professor in the Regis College MSW program. Prior to joining Regis College in 2018, Dr. Gray provided a wide range of clinical services to military dependent children and their families as a civilian for the Department of the Army. Dr. Gray also provided consultation with military leaders, school staff, and medical professionals on best practices in enhancing the well-being of military children and families. In addition, Dr. Gray was a clinical practitioner and family therapist at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Central Texas. Dr. Gray has been a social work educator in both undergraduate and graduate programs of social work. Dr. Gray’s area of research is on advancing mental health care and well-being among members of the military community with an emphasis on children and families.
Weng, S. and Gray, L. A. (2017). Advancement in social work higher education: Fostering a supportive environment for students of non-dominant racial and ethnic backgrounds. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 36(1), 662-677.