|Attorney Michael R. McCray
M.A.in Communications from American University
MBA in Finance from Howard University
B.S. in Economics from Florida A&M University
development career by consulting on
single-asset and master-plan projects
for T.D.Jakes Ministries, a west Las
Vegas shopping center, the Brown v.
Topeka Board of Education National
Historic Site, Grider Field/PineBluff
Municipal Airport and is a partner in a
development company engaged in
redeveloping the Historic Winecoff Hotel,
due to which he is actively combating the
national predatory lending and mortgage
fraud epidemic. As a National Board
Delegate to the Association of
Community Organizations for Reform
Now (ACORN) and as a principal for
Congress Against Racism and
Corruption in Law Enforcement
(CARCLE), Michael champions
predatory lending, mortgage fraud and
sub-prime mortgage lending reforms.
He was a Featured Speaker at Fraud
Awareness Committee (FAC) Mortgage
Fraud Rally which was covered by
Atlanta Affiliates Fox 5, CBS 46, Channel
11. Other Speakers included Dexter
Wimbish, General Counsel for the
Southern Christian Leadership
Conference (SCLC), Joe Beasly,
Regional Director for Rainbow/Push
Coalition and Radio-One Personality,
Myron "MagicMan" Gigger.
community economic development experience, and
based in part on his experiences with the A.Phillip
Randolph Institute (APRI) and the National Labor
Relations Board (NLRB), Michael has developed
significant expertise in labor organizing and
employment law, worker’s rights, wrongful termination,
employment discrimination, and various general
business, real estate and civil rights disputes. A
“Fearless” whistle blower and judicial reform advocate,
McCray is a member of the No FEAR coalition, which is
responsible for passing the Notification of Federal
Employee Anti-discrimination and Retaliation Act of
2002,and is actively engaged in seeking strong judicial
reform provisions to be included in No FEAR II.
Additionally, as a member of Amnesty International,
Michael is engaged in the international struggle for
human rights and he fights for full implementation of
the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights" which
was first adopted and proclaimed by the United
Nations General Assembly in 1948.
Michael became known as the“$40,000,000
Whistleblower” when he reported over $40 million in
government waste, fraud and abuse at the United
States Department of Agriculture. Later Michael
became a Judicial Reform Activist when he reported
significant judicial misconduct against U.S. v.
Microsoft Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson and the U.
S.Attorney’s Office. Michael’s judicial complaint
contributed to Judge Jackson’s early retirement.
McCray is the chairperson of the 3-5-7 Commission,
a judicial reform association dedicated to exposing
judicial misconduct through quantifiably and
statistically verifiable methods, to ensure that
American citizens receive fair hearings and tribunals
as provided for in the U.S.Constitution and declared
in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.