SGT. Miracle Mays is a Pleasantville Police Officer, Air Force Veteran and Co-Founder of the Atlantic County Empowerment Programs. His great efforts in charitable youth empowerment are in the hopes of raising awareness and providing mentorship in Youth with disorders and disabilities. SGT. Miracle Mays is a certified member of the Boy Scouts of America. He has participated in many amateur boxing events through major local charities such as Gunz and Hoses. SGT. Mays has served 15 years and has completed three overseas deployments, along with multiple stateside missions. In addition, he's served as a Security Forces Technical Sergeant. Currently, SGT. Mays serves as a "Police Explorer" mentor of Atlantic County Military. This is all just the tip of the iceberg.
Atlantic County Empowerment Programs (ACEP) mission is to provide viable means via educational tools, mentorship and other creative pathways to assist the program participants in achieving their goals by partnering with true philanthropists. ACEP delivers excessive empowerment programs and partners with other organizations and multiple celebrities to offer individualized support for each individual participants. Furthermore, the ACEP provides pre and post assessments to create specific plans for each individual participant in order to become responsible and successful citizens. The participants may be descendent of any State or country. ACEP sets out to provide education and character development platforms, health and fitness activities and multiple education pathways for all ages and gender by providing empowerment programs to produce positive outcomes. ACEP is determined to exercise the holistic activities utilizing 21st century platforms. The services will be provided to all potential participants and not limited to organizations as a whole. ACEP welcomes all communities to participate in order to motivate positive change and demonstration to promote responsible citizenship of all participants.
Crystal S. Mays has provided public services to multiple communities across the globe. She has earned 2 bachelors and 2 masters degrees in education. In addition, she has multiple certifications which include a special education cert. She currently is a doctoral candidate as she thrives to develop new plans as a chief executive for a congressman. As she wears a variety of crowns, she is the founder of Creative Institute Home Instruction Agency and the Vice President of Atlantic County Empowerment Programs. Crystal Sheree Mays is an Eastern Star of Ivy Leaf Chapter #18 to establish new beginnings. In addition, Crystal is a member of judicial systems across the globe, many alliances across Atlantic County such as Alliance of South Asian American Labor, private agencies, Hispanic Association of Atlantic County, celebrity agent, and serves on many more platforms to motivate and establish new beginnings to improve the livelihood of others as she is the newest addition of NFL Alumni as the only NFL Alumni Ambassador. Stay tuned for #FightTheGoodFight with Crystal Mays 5 days/week radio show! Contact Crystal Mays at 213-448-3536 for sponsorship.
ACEP mission is to provide viable means via educational tools, mentorship and other pathways to assist the program participants in achieving their goals by partnering with true philanthropists. ACEP delivers excessive empowerment programs and partners with other organizations and multiple celebrities, occasionally.
As a Narragansett native warrior, born on January 22, 1978 to Antoinette Miller and Steve Monroe, Steve Longdrive Monroe has inspired other celebrities and multiple communities across the globe to push passed the burn through all life challenges and experiences. Longdrive Monroe attended Clearwater high where he got his first taste at golfing by participating in Chi Chi Rodriguez foundation after school program and has been hungry for the win ever since. Parental involvement was supportive of all parents involved and encouraged Steve to continue to attend the golf outing, plant seeds, and develop computer skills provided by the Chi Chi Foundation. Longdrive Monroe was approached by his golf coach in high school stated, “No one ever hit a ball so far and should try out for World Longdrive!” Since 2000, Steve has competed in the World Longdrive and has won a few championship events as he attended Talladega College, and initiated a few foundations to benefit youth with disabilities such in collaboration with ACEP as the Steve Longdrive Monroe Foundation as well as the Michael Durfee, Ralph Pace, Crystal Mays, & Steve Monroe Longdrive Foundation. Steve Longdrive Monroe, a philanthropist, currently runs youth with disabilities’ golfing tournaments to empower the youth. Steve has partnered with Sgt. Miracle Mays and Crystal Mays of Atlantic County Empowerment Programs to master the events on a global level with other celebrities and multiple communities across the globe.
Bobby Karamanos and family own and operate multiple restaurants in the state of New Jersey. Bobby was born with a tethered cord inside of his spinal cord. Although diagnosed early by his pediatrician and was operated on by one of the best in the world at the time to remove the cyst from his spine, Bobby suffers from significant damage to the nerves and growth of his legs over time. Bobby developed MRSA and has been “fighting the good fight” under doctors’ care against the infections over 6 years. At the age of 17, Bobby’s legs were amputated by his senior year of high school. It has been predicted that Bobby’s condition will worsen and would have to undergo 3 major spinal surgeries to release the pressure. Medical predictions dictate that this procedure would be repeated every decade. Attending college, family business, and becoming an avid outdoorsman has been and continues to be a great experience. Hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting are some of Bobby’s favorite healthy habits. Bobby has refused to allow his disability define him. He states, “I define myself!” Bobby recently partnered with Atlantic County Empowerment Programs (ACEP) to empower youth with disabilities to “fight the good fight!”
Beverly Toto moved to Somers Point in 2017 after living in Lawrenceville, Bordentown and Toms River. A member of the Lawson’s Pride of Somers Point nonprofit, she also volunteers and supports Veterans groups and other community service organizations. She enjoys helping people, baking, playing tennis and all water sports.
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