Rannah Gray Communications


We shoot straight...

At Rannah Gray Communications, we create dynamic brands, build coalitions of support for public initiatives, engage communities in dialogue and help clients influence audiences that matter most to them. With more than 30 years experience working on local, state and national projects, Rannah leads a small team of professionals engaged specifically for your project based on the expertise you need. Our graphic designer and public outreach specialist have worked with us for more than 20 years, providing seamless and efficient creative design and project management.
Rannah Gray Communications is a woman-owned small business, DBE certified by the State of Louisiana since 2010 and certified active as a Small  Entrepreneurship with Louisiana Economic Development's Hudson Initiative. 



Citizen input across five Capital Region parishes was needed to develop the long-range transportation plan for the Capital Region. Working with Neel-Schaffer Engineers and the Capital Region Planning Commission, we facilitated online surveys, stakeholder workshops and public meetings.


As lead public outreach consultants for East Baton Rouge Parish's comprehensive master plan for land use and development, we designed a trusted brand and worked with national urban planners Fregonese and Associates to recruit over 2,000 citizen planners to provide input.

creating a legacy event

To create an official celebration that would attract local residents and regional visitors, we led the fundraising and planning efforts that made Baton Rouge a regional destination for New Year's  Eve. After 5 years, Red Stick Revelry has attracted media attention from as far away as the Atlanta market. 


connecting people with job centers

Providing public outreach services for a modern streetcar system to connect people with a major job center, we helped HNTB attract overflow attendance at public meetings, news coverage that educated the public on the economic benefits of modern transportation systems, and a national award from the Federal Transit Administration.

improving safety for bicyclists & pedestrians

Challenged with creating a public education campaign that would reach teen drivers, we conducted focus groups and research to develop the right media mix. At the heart of the campaign was a high school video contest with the winning team video produced and airing in local theatres and on TV.


who's in your carpool krewe?

Working with lead planning consultants, AECOM, and the Capital Region Planning Commission, we developed branding, web design and marketing plans for the Commuter Krewe of Louisiana, a ridesharing program launched in 2018. Look for more fun opportunities to share a ride and help reduce traffic congestion in the Capital Region at www.commuterkrewe.la. 


save our coast

Since the America's WETLAND Foundation was started in 2002, we've worked with Managing Director Val Marmillion and Marmillion + Company on the state's largest public education campaign to save Louisiana's vanishing coast. Learn more about this important initiative at www.americaswetland.com. 


helping southwest Louisiana manage its GROWTH

Providing public outreach services for the update of Calcasieu Parish's long range transportation plan and a traffic impact study for the I-210 bridge project, we worked with Neel-Schaffer, Inc. and the Imperial Calcasieu Regional Planning and Development Commission.