Chris Gray has worked in government and public affairs for 20 years, having started out on Parliament Hill for Members of Parliament and a Cabinet Minister and then moving into the private sector with a range of organizations, including the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Chris has a long family history of military service, with his brother and father both serving 30 years in the RCAF. Chris has had the privilege of visiting Vimy Ridge on two occasions. One of his proudest accomplishments to date was helping to secure $3M in Budget 2019 for the Highway of Heroes Tree Campaign, a charitable organization devoted to planting trees in remembrance of veterans.
In 2015 and 2016, Chris was recognized by The Hill Times as one of the top 100 lobbyists in Canada. Chris is a native of Prince Edward Island and a graduate of Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick.