Template:Infobox scientist Roger Cram is a retired American professor who served as an academic administrator and the Director of Special Projects at Hiram College. He has also served in various positions with the Hiram, Ohio village council. In 2003, he was the master of ceremonies at an awards ceremony for members of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary Division 10 and Flotilla 10-6. As part of the Secret Society of Serendipitous Service for Hal, Cram publishes a periodic newsletter recounting random acts of kindness performed anonymously by anonymous contributors. This secret society is named for the late Hal Reichle, who was known to perform anonymous acts of kindness. Cram met Reichle when Cram was working at Hiram College as a loan officer and Reichle was looking for a loan for his girlfriend, who was a model. Cram's wife is also part of the society. Cram developed and taught courses on the subject of the Tuskegee Airmen. One of these courses is called "Modeling Future Heroes: A Practical Application of Human Values". In 2006, he lectured on this subject at the Kellogg Conference Center. In 2008, he spoke at the Rotary International Peace Summit. In 2010, again lectured about the Tuskegee Airmen to the airmen of Luke Air Force Base as part of African American Heritage Month. In 2011, Cram appeared at the Party for Freedom at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada which launched the Alliance Against Modern Slavery, a nonprofit organization seeking to combat human trafficking through partnerships, education, and research. At this event, Cram was joined by Glendene Grant, human trafficking victim Jessie Foster's mother; Kevin Bales, co-founder and president of Free the Slaves; Kate Todd, a singer-songwriter and actor; Janelle Belgrave of Samba Elégua Drummers and Peace Concept; Natasha Falle, a survivor of human trafficking; and Jeff Gunn, a guitarist.
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