Christina Gray was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, representing the constituency of Edmonton-Mill Woods, on May 5, 2015 and was re-elected on April 16, 2019.
She serves as Official Opposition Deputy House Leader.
She is currently a member of the Standing Committee on Legislative Offices and was previously a member of the Standing Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future.
During her first term she was appointed Minister of Labour and Minister Responsible for Democratic Renewal.
She had previously served as chair of the Select Special Ethics and Accountability Committee and as deputy chair of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts.
Prior to serving with the Legislative Assembly, Ms. Gray worked as a senior consultant with a local software development consulting firm, beginning in 2008. Previous to this, she worked as a software developer and instructor.
Active in her community, she served on the Edmonton Transit System Advisory Board for six years, three years of which were in the capacity of chair. She also volunteered as a distress line operator with The Support Network for four years. In 2007 she was recognized for her various contributions with a YWCA of Edmonton women of distinction award.
She holds a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and a diploma in software development.
Ms. Gray and her husband, Neal, are long-term residents of Edmonton.
Ms. Gray was the 848th Member to be sworn in to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.
February 27, 2020