Linda R. Gray

Region VI - Caroline County

Linda Gray has served on the REC Board of Directors since 1998. She has completed the NRECA Credentialed Cooperative Director, Board Leadership, and Director Gold certifications. Linda currently represents REC on the Board of the Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives, where she serves on the Educational Services, Finance, and Human Resources committees, and the Education Scholarship Foundation. She serves on REC's Human Resources Committee and chairs the Annual Meeting Committee.

After 32 years of federal government service, Linda retired from the Federal Aviation Administration in Washington, D.C. She is a 1971 graduate of Virginia State College (now Virginia State University) with a bachelor of arts degree in sociology. Gray was appointed as Caroline County's first and only mentoring coordinator for Rappahannock Big Brothers/Big Sisters and has been a Big Sister to two young girls in Fredericksburg and Bowling Green. Linda is the chapter vice president of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, and a Board member of the Caroline County Foundation for Education, Recreation, & Wellness, a charitable organization that benefits Caroline residents.

Gray resides in the Sparta community of Caroline. She is a longstanding active member of St. James Baptist Church in Milford. For 30 years, she served as president of the Women's Ministry. She serves as chair of the Trustee Ministry and sings on several choirs. 

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