Ray Tebout

Ray Tebout has over 15 years of experience in people practice and human resources, focusing on making a positive impact. He is particularly interested in helping individuals affected by the criminal legal system find social, career, and economic advancement. Currently serving as the Associate Vice President of People Practices at Exodus Transitional Community, Ray is responsible for ensuring the health, safety, and productivity of the organization's employees. He creates a supportive work environment that encourages personal and professional growth.

Ray holds a Bachelor's degree in Transitional Counseling Psychology and Economic Empowerment from CUNY, which reflects his interest in understanding human behavior and equipping others with economic strategies. He is also pursuing a degree in HR Administration, demonstrating his commitment to continuous growth and skill development in managing and nurturing human capital. With advanced certifications in strategic and global human resources, Ray is skilled in developing HR strategies that align with organizational goals. Furthermore, his certification in addiction counseling highlights his dedication to supporting individuals facing substance abuse challenges.

In addition to his professional work, Ray serves as a board member for several non-profit organizations, illustrating his dedication to contributing to social causes and making a positive impact. His journey in people practice showcases his unwavering commitment, empathy, and ability to drive meaningful change in the lives of others.

Ray is developing a management training program for emerging non-profit leaders who have been negatively impacted by the criminal legal system.