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Dr JL (Joshua) Gray, SSBB, PMP is the President & Principal Consultant of Lukman Consulting Group (LCG), which provides wise transformation solutions to higher education, public sector, and health systems clients for achieving effectiveness, efficiency, and innovation goals. JL has over two decades of consulting experience in the Biotechnology, Defense, Education, Energy, Healthcare, Insurance, and Transportation industries. He has had the privilege of working for the United Technologies Corporation, General Electric Company, as well as Booz Allen Hamilton and has consulted the Department of Veterans Affairs, Genentech of Roche, as well as Children's Hospital of Los Angeles.


Dr Gray is also a transformational engineering instructor and skilled community leader. Over the past 10 years he has taught Engineering Economics at the University of Southern California and Georgia Tech's top ranked Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering. As a community leader, JL serves as the National Society of Black Engineers Houston Professionals Chapter President and the Healthcare Innovations Group Treasurer. He is committed to elevating diversity, equity, and inclusion in science, technology, and engineering.

Research Areas

Health Systems Engineering and Human Factors Engineering

Industry Impact & Relevance

Six-Sigma Black Belt and Project Management Professional


Bachelor of Science, Industrial Engineering - Florida State University (2000)

Master of Science, Management Engineering - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2002)

Doctor of Philosophy, Systems Engineering - University of Southern California (2019)

Advisory Role

Engineering Leadership

Teaching Areas

Engineering Economics

Societies & Organizations

National Society of Black Engineers Houston Professionals - Chapter President

National Society of Black Engineers Healthcare Innovations - Group Treasurer


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