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Mayor Pro Tem Gray has been a Sierra Vista resident since 2001 and was elected to the City Council in November 2012. Raised as a Pastor’s daughter in the South, her passion for community service developed at a very early age. Ms. Gray attended the University of Southern Mississippi, where she studied speech communication.
Rachel and her husband, Thomas, moved to Sierra Vista from Mississippi in 2001 when her husband was stationed at Fort Huachuca. Upon their departure from the Army, Rachel and her family decided to stay and make Sierra Vista their home. She and her husband have one son.
Mayor Pro Tem Gray has served the Sierra Vista community in many capacities–as a teacher, a realtor, and a volunteer. Over the past ten years, she has assisted local organizations, clubs, and charities in a variety of different ways through service and leadership.
As a small business owner, Ms. Gray has been involved with small business development and enhancement in Sierra Vista. She looks forward to continuing to serve the citizens of Sierra Vista during her term as a Council Member.
Mayor Pro Tem Gray serves as Council liaison to the Planning and Zoning Commission and is a board member of the Sierra Vista Industrial Development Authority, SEAGO, and is chair of the Sierra Vista Metropolitan Planning Organization. She is an alternate member of the Rural Transportation Advisory Committee and the Upper San Pedro Partnership.