VANESSA BELL CALLOWAY
Vanessa Bell Calloway is a stage, screen and television actress who’s earned eight NAACP Image Award nominations. She won the “NAACP Theater Award for Best Actress” for her critically acclaimed role as Zora Neale Hurston in “Letters From Zora”. Vanessa uses her relationships within the African-American social community here in Los Angeles.
Mrs. Calloway’s brother, Calvin Bell, died from complications of SCD in 2003. Vanessa is committed to the founding and support of the KIS. Foundation, Inc. from its inception. She is married to Dr. Anthony Calloway, and is the Mother of two amazing daughters. The Calloway/Bell families are ardent and dedicated financial supporters of the KIS Foundation, Inc.
Mrs. Calloway is a breast cancer survivor and advocate; A graduate of Ohio University; A member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority; Supporter of Genesee House for domestic abuse. Vanessa can be heard on Blog Talk Radio Show “That’s So Very Vanessa", and she has two hit web series “In The Company Of Friends”, and “Cookin & Hookin Up”.
DR. ANTHONY CALLOWAY
CHIEF OF ANESTHESIOLOGY AT BEACH DISTRICT SURGERY CENTER
Dr. Anthony M. Calloway, M.D., is Chief of Anesthesiology at Beach District Surgery Center, Redondo Beach, CA. and the Principal Founding Partner of Power Solutions Consulting Inc.
Dr. Calloway received his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Morehouse College. He then earned a medical doctorate degree from Meharry Medical College. His post doctorate training in anesthesiology was completed at Martin Luther King Jr. Hospital inLos Angeles, CA.
Dr. Calloway was a co-founder of BC2 Environmental Corporation, a premier environmental drilling company serving Northern and Southern California, and acted as Vice President of the organization from 1993 to 2008.
Dr. Calloway serves on numerous boards and is a member of various professional associations and organizations. He has two beautiful daughters, Ashley and Alexandra and has been married to his beautiful, talented, and loving wife, actress Vanessa Bell Calloway, for 29 years.