The Fuller Center’s international headquarters — The Wieland House — is located at 701 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Americus, Georgia. We are open 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays except holidays — and we love having visitors. Please give us a call at 229-924-2900 and plan a visit! You can also email us general questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
David has been a leader in affordable housing for 30 years starting with Habitat in Tijuana, then serving as the director of Habitat Education Ministries followed by seven years as president of Habitat for Humanity Colorado. A co-founder of The Fuller Center, David oversaw the formation and growth of projects and partnerships as the Vice President for Programs, traveling extensively around the world. In February 2009, the board elected him to serve as The Fuller Center’s president after Millard Fuller’s death.
Ryan helped lead the Inward Bound program in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Habitat for Humanity chapter at the University of Notre Dame before joining The Fuller Center. He started as a volunteer to work hand-in-hand with his hero Millard Fuller and ended up creating the Bicycle Adventure. Today he is on staff and oversees the Bicycle Adventure and Global Builders programs, as well as works closely with our international programs to further their development..
Chris enjoyed a 22-year career as a multi-award-winning journalist before coming to The Fuller Center in June 2011. He continues to write a popular column for the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer and is the author of five books, including “The Best of Chris Johnson” and a new middle grades novel “Bigfoot Beach.” In addition to writing stories and blogs, he handles The Fuller Center’s website, social media, public relations, media relations, photography, print publications and video operations.
Stacey spent a decade leading the Flint River Habitat for Humanity affiliate in Albany, Georgia, and most recently worked in affiliate development for Habitat for Humanity International. Stacey develops, organizes and nurtures newly forming covenant partners in cities where concerned groups have come together and asked to join us. She also assists covenant partners with construction, administration, organization and training.
Cathy began working with Millard and Linda at Habitat in 1999. She now works with The Fuller Center’s U.S. covenant partners to assist them in record-keeping, reporting, compliance and training. She also is the office manager and the human resources coordinator for our U.S.-based staff.
Kathyie manages and oversees the finances at the Fuller Center as well as Koinonia Farm. She worked for many years at Habitat for Humanity. Kathyie is a longtime friend of the Fuller family.
Megan processes donations to The Fuller Center and payments for Global Builders trips as well as the reports and receipts that accompany them. She maintains our database of partners and supporters and analyzes data for our fundraising and communications efforts.
Adding to her careers as a homemaker, mother and insurance agent, Sheilla embarked with her husband in a new one — helping families in need to have a decent home. From Tijuana to the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation and on to Americus, Sheilla has established a reputation as the ministry’s hostess, organizing meals and special events for hundreds of donors and volunteers. Today she interviews Global Builders volunteers to follow up on their trips and supports her husband in leading the organization.
Neil had a career in Finance for over 20+ years before starting at The Fuller Center in March of 2021. A graduate of Mizzou and living in Topeka KS, his titles included Vice President, Financial Advisor, and Director of Finance. Neil’s organizes the Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure activities with all parties in an effort to share the mission of The Fuller Center and to serve the communities The Fuller Center partners with. Neil has additional experience in the areas of home remodeling, bicycle mechanics and bicycle touring, along with volunteer activities in various charitable and civic organizations.
We believe our work on the ground is best led by local leaders in the areas we serve. Meet our outstanding global leaders:
As with our global partners, the work on the ground across the U.S. is led by local leaders. For a complete directory of local partners, leadership and contact information, click here.
David Snell, President — The Fuller Center for Housing; Americus, Georgia
Jeff Cardwell, Chairman — Owner, Cardwell Do-It-Best stores, Indianapolis, Indiana
Wilmer Martin — President & CEO of TourMagination, Kitchener, Ontario
Rev. Chet Johnson — President, Fuller Center for Housing of Gary, Indiana
Judy Blalack — Director, Silver Valley Fuller Center for Housing, Smelterville, Idaho
Keith Uffman — Pastor, Webster Presbyterian Church, Webster, Texas
Steve Coggins, General Counsel — Partner, Rountree, Losee & Baldwin; Wilmington, North Carolina
Linda Fuller Degelmann, Emeritus — Co-founder of The Fuller Center for Housing and Habitat for Humanity; “First Lady of Affordable Housing”
Todd Sloan, Assistant Treasurer, ex-oficio — District Sales Manager, Linear Technology Corporation; South Barrington, Illinois
John W. Schaub, Chair, Sarasota, FL
Robert K. Abel, Linthicum Heights, MD
Maggie Chrisman, Tucson, AZ
Tamara Danel, Hammond, LA
Paul DiGiammarino, Charlestown, MA
June Ewing, Americus, GA
Pete Erickson, Chicago, IL
Jackie Goodman, Atlanta, GA
Allon Lefever, Lancaster, PA
Mack McCarter, Shreveport, LA
Jim McLean, Nashville, TN
Doug Miller, Henderson, NV
Bill & Marlene Muse, Cincinnati, OH
George and Anne Peagler, Americus, GA
Richard Semmler, Annandale, VA
Todd Sloan, South Barrington, IL
Edgar Stoesz, Akron, PA
Wes Wheeler, Americus, GA
John Wieland, Atlanta, GA