Jeff Grant On The 400th Meeting Of The White Collar Support Group™.

Innovation In Compliance With Tom Fox.

Key Highlights:

  • The 400th Meeting
  • Supporting Families of White Collar Criminals
  • Transforming Lives Through Spiritual Guidance
  • Supporting White Collar Crime Victims and Advocacy

Innovation comes in many areas and compliance professionals need to not only be ready for it but also embrace it. Today, I visited Jeff Grant, a compassionate leader and the co-founder of the White Collar Support Group™, a platform dedicated to assisting individuals prosecuted for white collar crimes and their families.

Jeff’s perspective on the importance of such support groups is shaped by his extensive experience going through the full white collar criminal experience, including jail, disbarment, release, and recovery. He has organized over 400 meetings, creating a safe space for individuals to share their experiences and challenges. Jeff views these groups as a vital resource, filling a significant gap in the criminal justice system by providing knowledge, empathy, and compassion to those who have been isolated and stigmatized. His advocacy for the rights and leniency of individuals prosecuted for white collar crimes is driven by his desire to bring their complex human tragedies to light and promote noncustodial sentences for low-level and nonviolent crimes. Through his work, Jeff continues to expand the impact of these support groups, viewing them as a lifeline for those navigating the challenges of white collar crimes.

Jeff Grant is Co-Founder Of Progressive Prison Ministries and is a member of the Ministry’s White Collar Support Group that meets every Monday evening on Zoom.

We highly recommend Brent Cassity’s podcast, Nightmare Success, in which he interviews justice-impacted people from all walks of life. He is a White Collar Support Group member with a mission to be of service to our community. Please check it out on Spotify at or on your favorite podcast platform.