Dwayne Bray

Print and broadcast journalist Dwayne Bray received a bachelor’s degree in communication in 1988, as well as a master’s in journalism from The Ohio State University. He has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize three times, and has won the Edward R. Murrow, Alfred I. DuPont and Peabody awards, as well as the New York Film Festival’s World’s Best TV and Film Grand Award.

His newspaper career includes reporter and editor positions at the Medina Gazette, Dallas Morning News, Dayton Daily News and Los Angeles Times.

The senior coordinating producer at ESPN for the past 13 years lives in Connecticut and is an engaged alumnus, serving on the CSU Foundation Board of Directors, establishing a scholarship in honor of his late mother, and helping launch About Manhood, a student leadership series.