"...let success make the noise..."
Tony E. Calloway
Tony E. Calloway is the Private Money Syndicate’s Managing Partner. He has over 30 years of comprehensive experience in the real estate investment, private lending and financial services industries. His organization is hyper-focused on supporting small business owners, startup entrepreneurs and real estate investors with access to the capital necessary to grow their wealth and achieve their dreams. He is also an adjunct professor of business, marketing and personal finance. In his previous career in the US Army, he was a highly decorated intelligence officer who served in Desert Storm/Desert Shield and provided national-level intelligence to Post 9/11 military operations in Afghanistan.
November 1992, she gave her life to God and immediately entered into prison ministry with her spiritual mother (Mother Thelma O. Wright) under Mother Wright's prison ministry (The Society of Volunteer Ministries). It was Mother Wright's passion and desire that inspired Juanita to begin aftercare services, as Mother Wright said she was "too old to run behind the ex-offenders" upon their release. Mother Wright, therefore, birthed aftercare ministries into Juanita and Juanita delivered the ministry into a fully operating business, that later developed into a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
In 2002 Juanita Edrington-Grant began to formulate an organization and God gave her a name,
"Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry"
Christian - who she is and who she will always be
Recovery - what she has experienced and what she desires for others to experience
Aftercare - what is needed on many levels, after the recovery process has started
Ministry - regardless of what direction CRAM takes, it will always be her ministry
She identifies her life as that of the "energizer bunny"... she keeps going, and going, and going...helping her peer population of offenders and those struggling with addiction. By providing these services,she is truly fulfilling God's word.
Juanita Edrington-Grant was released from the State Correctional Institution in April 1992. After serving 7 years and 9 months for numerous criminal offenses, and facing 8 1/2 years state parole, Juanita knew it was time to make some significant changes in her life. While incarcerated from 1986 to 1992, Juanita secured a college education through Penn State University. She completed the Paralegal program and secured 51 credits towards an associate degree.