Gray Kaegi is an analyst for the Insights for Innovation practice at Applied Marketing Science. In his role, Gray is involved with many aspects of client engagements—designing qualitative and quantitative studies, fielding surveys, conducting interviews, analyzing results, and developing final reports that provide data-informed recommendations.
Prior to AMS, Gray worked in account management at MullenLowe Group in Boston, and Deutsch Inc. in New York. While in these roles he helped develop campaigns for Fortune 500 companies in the finance, airline, quick service restaurant, and beverage industries. He also values his experiences working as a museum curator, nonprofit program director, and live sports announcer.
As an undergraduate at Carleton College, Gray was involved in a variety of research-driven courses and projects, spanning topics such as the implementation of geothermal wells, racial bias in the American legal system, and the impact of nature writing on the development of National Parks in the United States. His senior thesis on phenomenological green architecture was awarded distinction by faculty members for superlative research and analysis. He is a proud alum of YMCA Camp Coniston, currently serving as an alumni ambassador and volunteer tutor for immigrant high school students.
Born and raised in Williamstown, MA, Gray enjoys spending time outside and is an avid biker, hiker, and runner. He has a strong passion for architecture and design, spending an atypical amount of time admiring diligently-designed buildings and chairs.
Gray graduated cum laude from Carleton College in Northfield, MN with a B.A. in Art History.