Dionne Gray
I’m a storyteller who helps organizations communicate with employees. As a resume writer and coach, I help people tell the story of who they are.
Portrait photo of a young, smiling Black man.

At 12:15 p.m. on Sunday, December 16, 2018, my father died. I had spent the two days prior in the ICU while hoping he would recover from a massive stroke. His brain stem was so severely damaged that he could not breathe on his own and he was comatose.


Let me tell you a story.

Imagine you’ve been raped. Violently and repeatedly. The next day, you still have to go to work — per company policy, there is no time off allowed to heal or process rape-related trauma. Your manager, your team, they all know you’ve been raped, but…

Rockpiling formations at the ocean

I was recently surprised to learn that my daily routine of quietly puttering around my home has been defined by health officials as self-isolation or quarantine. To me, being able to stay indoors in the delightful presence of my own company has been a pastime I’ve enjoyed for many years.

Dionne Gray

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