Men Built for Others: Life Lessons from Those Serving Life Sentences


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As a health care management graduate of California Coast University with a Master of Arts in organizational leadership, Ted brings over 20 years of lived experience and program administration skills within the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR).During his incarceration, Ted established CROP Organization with help from his father, Mitch Gray, as well as a think tank within restorative institutions called Inside Solutions, which worked collaboratively with CROP to honor the mission of transforming the culture of prison.Having helped to successfully develop and implement an Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) certification program, dozens of leadership seminars and trainings, and a scholarship, Ted has proven himself to be a gifted leader. He is at his best when he is building collaborative partnerships with organizations in order to build restorative, leadership, and career development opportunities.Ted's hard work resulted in him not only becoming a state-certified Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor who received senatorial recognition for his contributions, but also to receiving a gubernatorial commutation ordering his immediate release from incarceration.Today Ted is the Executive Director of CROP Organization. Creating Restorative Opportunities and Program's mission is to restore lives through personal and professional transformation. CROP Organization is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that is redefining re-entry for people stepping out of prison and into a brighter future for themselves and for their community.