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Rannah Gray
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Rannah Gray brings her depth of experience as a marketing professional and her political acumen to her work with Marmillion + Company (MCo). In her work with MCo she oversees fundraising for the America's WETLAND: Campaign to Save Coastal Louisiana. She has partnered with MCo to form Marmillion/Gray/Sabiston our political media subsidiary.

Prior to becoming a special consultant to MCo, Gray served for more than 20 years as a marketing professional for the State of Louisiana and Louisiana State University (LSU), and also owns a marketing and communications company to provide clients strategic direction in political media, marketing and business development.

Gray has been on the creative team for winning political campaigns, including the 2003 election of Louisiana Lieutenant Governor Mitch Landrieu and the Louisiana Democratic Party's media campaign to support the election efforts for Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco. She is the recipient of two Pollie awards presented by the American Association of Political Consultants for outstanding media production, and numerous Telly awards, including a Classic Telly for the best political media in 20 years of television.

She was chosen Sales and Marketing Executives "Marketer of the Year" for Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for her work as associate athletic director at LSU where she was responsible for marketing, radio and television, and ticket sales for 20 college sports teams. She has served on the steering committee of the National Sports Forum and is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators.

A graduate of Louisiana State University with bachelor's and master's degrees in journalism, Rannah also served as assistant secretary of state for Louisiana and as campaign manager for several statewide campaigns.