Team Members

img 9239 white collar support groupRev. Jeff Grant, J.D., M.Div., Co-founder, Minister, Planning Group Member


img 2541 white collar support groupLynn Springer, Co-Founder, Innocent Spouses, Families & Children









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Bill Livolsi, Deputy Director,  Coaching, Planning Group Member

Bill has been a member of the Ministry’s White Collar Support Group since 2016. Bill and his wife (former) were prosecuted for a white collar crime from 2010 to 2015. Their two children together were 10 and 8 at the time of their sentencing. Bill served 13 months in federal prison and returned home in 2020. Bill is also a volunteer with Evolution Reentry Services and he is also their weekly online Family Support Group facilitator.

All though his journey Bill experienced first hand what a criminal prosecution and incarceration can do to a marriage, to children, and to mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers. They are the collateral damage of the criminal justice system. Bill is able to give a unique perspective and support to others who are on this journey.

In 2021, Bill opened White Collar Coaching whose sole purpose is helping men and women facing prosecution and incarceration, including the return home. White Collar Coaching was founded on a simple, but powerful, premise: Using proven coaching techniques clients develop realistic and effective plans that address the issues specific to their unique situation, no matter the stage of their journey they are at (pre/post sentencing, while incarcerated, reentry).

You can reach out to Bill directly at .



Jeff Krantz, Operations, Support Group Relations, Planning Group Member



craig stanland white collar support groupCraig Stanland, Leadership, Speaking, Coaching, Planning Group Member

In 2012, Craig Stanland made a choice that would cost him everything. After exploiting the warranty policy of one of the largest tech companies in the world for almost a year, the FBI finally knocked on his door.

He was arrested and sentenced to 2 years of Federal Prison, followed by 3 years of Supervised Release, and ordered to pay $834,307 in restitution. He lost his wife, his homes, his cars, his career, and even his identity. He wanted nothing more than to die.

A well-timed prison visit from his best friend of over thirty years turned his life around.

Today, Craig is a best-selling author, TEDx speaker, and Reinvention Architect. He works 1:1 with clients to empower them to break free from their self-imposed mental prisons so they can reinvent their lives with passion, purpose, fulfillment, and meaning.

His book, “Blank Canvas, How I Reinvented My Life After Prison” is available on Amazon.




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Rev. Fr. Joseph Ciccone, Ed.D., M.Div., Supervising Minister, Religion, Spirituality







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