BAR FOUNDATION PRESIDENT KEN GRAY
The WV Bar Foundation Board of Directors is pleased to announce the election of Ken Gray of Morgantown, pictured above, to serve as President for the 2017-18 fiscal year.
Ken, a Bar Foundation Fellow, achieved a successful career in the U. S. Army with many highlights, including being selected as the first African-American Judge Advocate General. Ken retired from the armed forces and was appointed as the Vice President for Student Affairs at West Virginia University, where he used his leadership skills to improve all aspects of student life for more than a decade. Now, in his second retirement, Ken is very involved in numerous community activities.
Ken has previously served as the Secretary/Treasurer and Vice President of the Bar Foundation and plans to continue the growth and enhancement of the Justice Fund and the important Bar Foundation grants program.
The Bar Foundation Board, consisting of two judges and thirteen lawyers, also elected Rich Ford, Jr. of Lewisburg as Vice President and Mary Clare Eros of Shepherdstown as Secretary/Treasurer. Both Rich and Mary Clare are also Bar Foundation Fellows.
Congratulations to these three outstanding lawyer leaders!