Ogletree Deakins associate attorney Grady (Trey) Crosby III has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors for College Possible Milwaukee.
Crosby is a member of Ogletree Deakin’s Milwaukee office. He represents employers in employment-discrimination matters before federal and state courts in Wisconsin and administrative agencies in various state jurisdictions.
As a board member, Crosby will help guide College Possible Milwaukee, which provides coaching and support to more than 800 students in Milwaukee at 14 partner schools. More than 90% of the students are people of color, and students’ average annual family income is less than $25,000.
Crosby’s own college career began at Howard University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree. He went on to earn his juris doctor from Marquette University Law School.
Crosby is also a member of the executive board of the Wisconsin Association of African-American Lawyers and a winner of the Jean-Marie Sylla, Jr. Legacy Award from the National Bar Association Commercial Law Section.