Noah Gray is a producer, currently covering Donald Trump and the 2016 elections for CNN Politics. Gray comes to the political unit from CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin, where he worked as an associate producer before rejoining the team as an editorial producer. He’s also field produced CNN’s live breaking news coverage of crisis in Ferguson, Baltimore, and the church shooting in Charleston. Gray was responsible for CNN’s first remote liveshot from a cruise-ship as part of Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin’s 2015 New Years Eve Special, and Brooke Baldwin’s exclusive sit-down interview with active duty Baltimore Police officers after the Freddie Gray incident.
Gray got his start with CNN at the age of 16, when he informally served as “Youth Political Correspondent” for CNN’s American Morning and covered the 2008 election from a youth perspective after launching “The Virgin Voting Project,” a documentary and nonprofit with the goal of educating and motivating young people to vote.
Gray is a graduate of American University in Washington DC where he studied broadcast journalism and political science and was the Director of American University’s Student Union Board. During college, Noah worked with CNN on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, CNN’s 2012 Special Election Coverage, and the re-launch of Crossfire. While studying abroad in Rome, Noah worked as a field producer at the Vatican covering the Papal conclave and inauguration for CNN and CNN International.