Grayson Donley is a Health Specialist in the Clinical Interventions and Diagnostics Branch. She supports the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centers by tracking the progress and outcomes of the Centers Program, managing Steering Committees, Interest Groups and Working Groups, and conducting portfolio analyses. Prior to joining NIA, Grayson was a Presidential Management Fellow (PMF) at NCI, where she gained experience in strategic planning, budget formulation, and project management. During her time as a PMF, she completed a rotation at NCATS where she focused on user experience research and data visualization.
Grayson received her Master of Science in Public Health in Epidemiology from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Kenyon College. Prior to her time at NIH, Grayson taught afterschool STEM courses to elementary and middle school students as an AmeriCorps member in Austin, Texas.