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Our Team

Our Mission

Rev. Gail A. Addison, Executive Director

Rev. Gail A. Addison is a visionary leader who passionately believes that young people play significant roles in building and sustaining communities. Rev. Addison served the federal government for 28 years and after her retirement; she answered the call of God to establish End Time Harvest Ministries (ETHM), Inc. Since 1996, she has been engaging diverse community leaders to educate and engage young people in ETHM’s school based health and wellness, economic development, environmental health, and advocacy programs. Her primary indicator of success is to see that ETHM has equipped hundreds of youth with leadership and character skills, and that they graduate from high school on-time ready for college or the workforce. As the President & CEO, she leads a talented team in the implementation of this work.

Rev. Addison’s educational background played a role in preparing her as a community change agent; however, her call by God into His ministry has indeed equipped her for this tremendous work. She obtained her Business Management and Organizational Development Bachelor’s Degree from Bernard Baruch College at City University of New York, and she has participated in several professional certification programs.

In 2016, Rev. Addison led End Time Harvest Ministries (ETHM) to obtain the prestigious Standards For Excellence Certification and was only the 9th of 4000 nonprofits to receive this prestigious nonprofit seal of approval. Additionally, she was selected to participate in the inaugural three year Cohort 1 Venture Philanthropy Partnership/Fair Chance capacity building program for Prince George’s County nonprofit organizations.


Rev. Addison has been recognized as an outstanding community leader of youth and families throughout Prince George’s County (PGC).

Aubrey Pruitt, Program Specialist

Aubrey Pruitt is a Program Specialist with End Time Harvest Ministries who prepares high school students for college and careers. Mr. Pruitt meets with students (with their parents) to ensure that they set their academic, career, and health goals upon entering ETHM’s Pathways to Career Success Program in the 9th grade. Thereafter, he meets with students to help them understand graduation requirements and to help them maximize their academic outcomes.

 

Mr. Pruitt also enrolls students in community outreach activities to ensure that they earn the highest service-learning hours possible, which extends beyond the minimum hours required. He delights in helping students research and prepare for college and scholarships, as well as prepare for workforce entry. Mr. Pruitt has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Mr. Pruitt has been in youth development for over 15 year and a teacher in the K-12 Public School system and GED instructor preparing youth to overcome barriers and obtaining self-sufficiency through academic success to reach their dreams and goals.

Our Board of Directors

Albert Acquah, CPA 

Albert Acquah & Associates
Internal Affairs Committee
Board Treasurer

 

Rev. Gail A. Addison

President/CEO
End Time Harvest Ministries Staff

 

Marian Bryant Brown, CPA

OneSource Consulting, LLC
Internal Affairs Committee

 

Sister Ellen Marie Hagar

President, Elizabeth Seton High School
Governance Committee Chair

 

Bambi Harmon, MSW, LCSW-C

CONCERN – Maryland Regional Office
Governance Committee 

Brittany Irvine, MBA

Managing Director
End Time Harvest Ministries Staff

 

Jackie Mayi-Muniz

Department of Homeland Security
External Affairs Committee 

Anthony Richards, Ph.D

Impact Dakota Manufacturing
Extension Affairs Program 

Janelle Ryan-Colbert, Esq.

Colbert Law Firm, LLC 
Internal Affairs Committee

Anthony Wise, Jr., MBA

Georgetown University
External Affairs Committee

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Our Partners & Stakeholders

Partners are important to ETHM operations and program implementation. Business partners mentor summer interns through job placements that enable students to make informed career choices. Parents partner with their children in community activities and serves as activity chaperones.

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