Our Staff

Rev. Peggy Jean Craig

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Before coming to CPCG, Peggy Jean was the Assistant Director for K12 Partnerships at Rutgers University-Camden.  She oversaw the university’s civic engagement strategic priority, while also running Rutgers-Ignite, a STEM-based afterschool program; Rutgers Future Scholars, a pre-college scholarship program for first generation college students from Camden City, the Hill Center for College Access, and the Camden College Access Network serving over 1,000 youth a year. Before Rutgers, Peggy Jean served as the Executive Director of the Advocate Center for Culture and Education at the Church of the Advocate whose mission is to transform the lives of youth of color in North Philadelphia by harnessing the power of arts, academics, and athletics. The Center empowers youth by partnering with local nonprofits to provide programming deeply rooted in social justice, rigorous study, and community empowerment.  Peggy Jean also worked at the international relief and development agency, Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and served as a missionary and youth director in Laos, Alabama, and Atlanta. In Washington, she worked for the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church doing advocacy and awareness raising around the continuing effects of Agent Orange in Vietnam. She is a PhD candidate in Community Development-Public Affairs at Rutgers-Camden. Peggy Jean received her M.S. from Rutgers-Camden in Public Affairs, her M.Div. from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University, and her B.A. from Fordham University in communications. She served as the Board Chair for the hip-hop arts nonprofit, The Muse Collaborative, and co-chaired Rutgers-Camden’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Subcommittee on Mission and Vision.  She is an ordained minister in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Peggy Jean lives in on Mud Island in Memphis with her husband, Matt, and their Havanese dog, Pepper. Email her

Tina Rehm

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Tina is our Director of Christian Education.  She was born in Ohio but spent most of her years growing up in Miami until she was a teenager where she moved to Michigan.  She lived there until she moved to the Memphis area in 1996.  She received her BS in Elementary Education from Western Michigan University and her MS in School Counseling from the University of Memphis.  She is married and has two beautiful daughters.  She taught Art once she moved to Memphis before becoming a stay at home mom.  Once the girls were old enough to be in school, she started volunteering.  During her free time, she enjoys crafting, scrap booking, traveling and spending time with her family. Email her

Jane David

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Jane is our Administrative Assistant. She was born in Ripley, Tennessee in April 1957, and raised in Dyersburg, Tennessee from the age of 5. She graduated from Southwestern at Memphis, now known as Rhodes College, with a B. A. in history in 1980. In August of 1980, she married Gary Norwood. Since getting married, Jane and Gary have lived in Greece (3 years), Virginia (2 years), Okinawa, Japan (3 years) and Atsugi, Japan (3 years). Gary left the U. S. Navy in 1992 in time for the birth of their daughter, Laura Katharine. They moved to Memphis in 1993. Email her

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