Fryar began her work with HomeAid in 2008, co-chairing and growing the HomeAid Amazing Ladies Organization luncheon. The HALO luncheon has raised over $597,000 to help the homeless, especially single women and children. Additionally, following Hurricane Harvey, Fryar worked with HomeAid Houston's BuildAid project, which fixed 155 homes damaged by the hurricane. Fryar also chaired the 2018 and 2019 HomeAid Austin luncheons, which raised over $335,000 .

"The only thing more impressive than McCalle's talent is her sense of compassion," said Jeanine Jones , Vice President of Business Development for 2-10 HBW. "She gives a voice to the great work HomeAid has done for homeless Texans while bringing HomeAid's mission to all Texas builders. Doing the right thing is ingrained in her DNA. No one deserved TAB's 'Excellence under 45' award more than McCalle."

In addition to her work with HomeAid, Fryar has represented 2-10 HBW for over 16 years. Fryar will accept her award—along with Joshua Correa from Divino Homes and Jon Loudermilk from Homes By Design—at the Sunbelt Builders Show in Dallas during Builder Bash on July 14 .