Rayshauna Gray

REFLECTIONS TO FIND YOUR HOW AND WHY.

Greetings! I'm Rayshauna, an entrepreneur and public historian.

I recently released my Modus Operandi Deck, a 72-card deck designed for meaningful solo and group reflection (available via English card deck, Braille booklet, and both app stores via Deckible). I'm also the creator of The Heart Work, a framework and facilitated workshop series that helps people interrogate how imposter syndrome impacts their lives.

I'm also one of the researchers delving into the history of enslaved people at Cambridge's Longfellow House and Washington Headquarters. This project is spearheaded by the National Park Service and the National Council on Public History.

I've spent the last decade strategizing for early-stage startups and managing programs for students from Shenzhen to Stockholm to St. Louis. I had a wonderful time creating content for Boston's Museum of African American History, helping run burgeoning initiatives at Harvard and MIT, planning the Boston Book Festival, and mapping 400 years of African American history as a member of Tufts University's Center for the Study of Race & Democracy research team. Our project can be found at https://africanamericantrailproject.tufts.edu. Time at THREAD at Yale, creating legislation with the National Organization for Women, and being published were sweet spots too.

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Rayshauna Gray Reflections to find your how and why.
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Modus Operandi

A DECK TO FIND YOUR HOW AND WHY.

The 72-card Modus Operandi Deck is designed to help people sit with life's big questions. Whether solo or with others, prepare for meaningful reflection.

This pandemic has forced us to reconsider/ question so many of the ideas, motivations, and historical circumstances (personal, familial, and cultural) that got us here. I think it's important we (re)consider what keeps us going and why.

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Rayshauna Gray