A member of the Choctaw Nation, Grayson was born and raised in eastern Oklahoma, where he graduated from Wilburton High School. Following an honorable discharge from the Army, Grayson received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education from Southeastern Oklahoma State College. He earned the Master of Education and the Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Educational Administration at the Pennsylvania State University.
Currently, Grayson is Academic Chair and Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Oklahoma. In addition to being Project Director for American Leadership in School Administration, he also headed the Oklahoma Native Education Network. In addition to serving on the AIGC Board of Directors, he also serves as President of the Midwest History of Education Society and is Chair of the governing board for National Native American Families Together.
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