LocationAnn Arbor, Michigan
Graydon Krapohl brings over 30 years of cross-functional experience working in both the public and private sectors. His expertise includes systems planning, strategic planning, policy formulation, organizational development, and process improvement while working with several national consulting and service firms. Graydon served in the United States Marine Corps on both active duty and in the Reserves retiring as a Colonel. While on active duty he served as an infantry officer, served as an instructor at The Basic School and the Infantry Officers course, and led an infantry tactic school. In the Reserves, he held a variety of leadership, staff, teaching, and command positions that included recruiting, readiness, legislative activities, mobilization, and operations. In addition to these duties, he also served as adjunct faculty at both the U. S. Army War College, and the Joint Reserve Affairs Center facilitating courses on strategic leadership, national security strategy, and defense policy.
Graydon is passionate about helping others develop as leaders in all aspects of their professional and personal lives. His interests include all types of outdoor activities, cycling, hiking, politics, and history.
He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan, his MBA from George Mason University and a Masters Degree in Strategic Studies from the U. S. Army War College.
Graydon and his wife Greta, and daughter Grace live in Ann Arbor, Michigan where he serves on the City Council representing the residents of Ann Arbor's 4th Ward.