Grayson currently sits on the board of directors for Delta Dental and True Religion.

Previously, Grayson was the CEO and a board member of American Apparel, a $650M vertically integrated apparel manufacturer (the largest in North America) (all Made in USA products) with a 50-country global footprint, served by 250 retail locations, a digital retail site and a wholesale business. She significantly improved the Company's operations and supply chain. She then successfully sold the company to Gildan Activewear Inc. (NYSE:GIL).

Grayson first joined American Apparel as its General Counsel, Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Vice President. In that role, she oversaw and had full P&L responsibility for the Legal Department, the Human Resources Department, the Environmental, Health & Safety Department and the Risk Management Department. She also managed investor and corporate public relations for the Company and acted as the Corporate Secretary for the Company's Board of Directors.

Prior to joining American Apparel, Grayson was a partner in the M&A/corporate governance practice groups of Jones Day and Loeb & Loeb.

Grayson is a Board Leadership Fellow and a Corporate Governance Fellow with the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). She is also a member of the Committee of 200 (C200) the preeminent global organization for women business leaders (membership is by nomination and election only).  She is a recipient of the In-House Impact Award from The Recorder (The American Lawyer) and of the 40 Under 40 Recognition Award from the M&A Advisor. She was also named one of "L.A.'s Top 40 Dealmakers" in the Los Angeles Business Journal "Who's Who in L.A. Law".