Assistant Vice Chancellor, Communications
The California State University
Marge Grey is Assistant Vice Chancellor of Communications in the Office of the Chancellor at the California State University. Grey oversees external communications for the 23-campus system and is responsible for marketing, branding, publications, new media and the website, and has responsibility for internal communications for the Chancellor's Office.
In her tenure at the CSU, Grey has spearheaded several initiatives including the development and design of the CSU's award-winning "How to Get to College" poster and website, the CSU's systemwide economic impact study and outreach to industry and community leaders, the CSU's revised branding and graphic identity system, and the Chancellor's Office intranet. Most recently Grey helped garner a $2.1 million grant from the AT&T Foundation and launched the CSU's first "Road to College" statewide bus tour and outreach campaign, which won three international gold awards and a silver award.
Prior to her position at the CSU, Grey was director of communications and publications for PacifiCare Health Systems (now United Health Care) where she managed the development and implementation of external communications and marketing for the country's fifth largest HMO. Prior to PacifiCare, Grey was communications and public relations director for the Irvine (California) Chamber of Commerce. Grey graduated from Fairfield University with a BA in English.