Gregory K. Moss Jr. is a staff attorney and project manager on the voting rights team. He works to educate voters on various issues related to voting. Gregory also assists the team with preparing for voting rights litigation. Gregory attended North Carolina Central University for college. At school he became involved in community organizing and fell in love with the work. This ultimately led to his decision to attend law school.

Gregory attended New England Law Boston. He was a member of the New England Law Review. Gregory also interned at the North Carolina Supreme Court, the Greater Boston Legal Services Foreclosure Unit, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission and at Shaw University Divinity School. After law school, Gregory clerked for the Honorable Joe L. Webster at the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina. Subsequently, Gregory clerked for Justice Michael R. Morgan of the North Carolina Supreme Court. Gregory became an attorney to make a positive difference in the lives of everyday Americans and help to raise the bar in the legal profession.