BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Our Board Of Directors is made up of amazing individuals who believe in the vision of Fusion Missions and give their time to see us succeed.
We are so thankful and beyond blessed to have each and everyone of these individuals on our team!
Sandi is the founder and owner of Fusion Missions. She has three beautiful married daughters, and 7 grandchildren. When she isn't spending time working on Fusion, she loves adventuring outdoors, kayaking, and hanging out on the beach.
Todd is the President of the company LGI Homes based out of Texas. He and his son love to go to movies, music concerts, and shows.
Pam currently works at Fusion Missions as an administrative assistant. She and her husband, Charlie, have a daughter, son, and son-in-law, along with a beautiful granddaughter. Her hobbies including biking and kayaking.
Janis is the owner and operator of JBM Thinks, a blogging website she started back in 2010. She and her husband, Ted, have three children, two daughters and one son, and a recent son-in-law. When she isn't blogging, Janis loves adventuring new places with her husband and spending time with her family.
Kelly JohnsonBoard Member
Kelly and his wife Kelly run a missions organization which ministers in Africa. They have two beautiful daughters. When he isn't running his organization, Kelly enjoys eating BBQ and watching Baseball.
Naomi PowellBoard Member
Naomi sits as the Outreach/Missions Director at Countryside Christian Center in Tampa, Florida. She and her husband have two sons and two daughter-in-laws, along with four grandkids. In her free time, Naomi loves reading and sewing.
Alex CreachBoard Member
Alex Creach has been with Fusion for two years as Sandi's personal admin and recently transitioned to a board member. Alex and her husband, Matthew, own Fancy's Restaurant in Ft. Myers. They have two children, Ava (5) and Mason (2) and in her free time, when Alex isn't helping with Fusion, she loves interior design and party planning. In addition, the Creach family recently bought and remodeled a home.