Rev. Dr. Charles F. Boyer
Founding Director

The Reverend Dr. Charles Franklin Boyer is a third-generation African Methodist Episcopal preacher.  He is the pastor of Greater Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church in Trenton, New Jersey and the founder of Salvation and Social Justice, a non-partisan Black faith-rooted organization that believes liberation should precede legislation and prophetic vision should precede public policy.

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Rosalee Boyer, MHS
Co-Founder, Deputy Director

Rosalee’s passion includes advocacy and education. Over the years, she has worked closely with legislators and government agencies to advocate for the resolution of community-related issues on behalf of Black voters.

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Bryan McAllister
Black Church Affairs

Reverend Bryan McAllister has a passion for liberation theology, social activism, and social justice. As the Director of Black Church affairs for Salvation and Social Justice, McAllister is positioned to mobilize the faith community to assist in lifting oppressed communities across the state of New Jersey.

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J Amos Caley
Abolition Campaign Manager

Rev. J. Amos Caley facilitates, organizes, and participates in several coalitions aimed at exposing and dismantling policies, practices, and systems that criminalize politically vulnerable populations.

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Racquel Romans-Henry
Policy Advocate

For as long as she could remember, activism has been a driving force in her life. At the age of 12, Racquel began exhibiting talent as a passionate writer, poet and performer. Her writing, which is predominately centered on social justice issues, was her entrée into a life of civic engagement.

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Gantry Fox
Police Accountability Director

Gantry’s general passions are to see the Christ within him amplified through his interactions as a leader, family member, friend, and stranger.

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Rev. Dr. Robin Tanner
Chief Strategy Officer

Rev. Dr. Robin Tanner believes in social change through spiritual transformation. She is drawn to the mission of Salvation and Social Justice of liberating public policy theologically and her belief that from lament will arise prophecy.

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Crystal Charley-Sibley
Black Health Equity Director

Crystal D. Charley-Sibley, MBA, is a consummate Civil Rights activist and a community change agent. The proud wife and mother has been making her mark since her teenage years, when her journey of service began with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

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Amber Scott
Communications Director

Amber is passionate about the intersection of faith, social justice, communication, and marketing. She believes that uplifting the stories and testimonies of our most marginalized communities is the starting point of liberation.

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Grace Appiah
Youth Coalition Coordinator

Grace is deeply passionate about the spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical liberation of Black people, especially Black women, and youth through the Gospel of Jesus.

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Rev. Dr. Sammy Arroyo
Public Education Outreach

Rev. Dr. Sammy Arroyo is the pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Hightstown. Pastor Sammy is the Public Education and Outreach Coordinator for Salvation and Social Justice. Over the past few years he has advocated for a Public School system that is equitable and fair to Black and Latinx students in NJ. He has also championed changes in unfair immigration policies in New Jersey.  Pastor Sammy received his PhD in February 2020, his dissertation focused on Church, Evangelism and Slavery in Latin America during the 16th and 17th centuries.

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