Wendy was born and raised in Central Florida. She is the wife of Johnny Mitcham for 23 years and the mother of Andrew (19), Destiny (14) and Daniel (11). She started dancing at the age of 3 at Rozak Studio of Dance in Orange City, Fl. She was a member of Reflections doing flag and dance at Deltona High School. She then spent one year dancing with the Daytona Beach Community College company dance team. Wendy also went to school at Palm Beach Community College where she became a Dental Assistant. She has been a Dental Assistant for the past 22 years and is currently working at Dr. Smith and Manus’s office. She also is on staff at Destination Church. Wendy and Johnny moved to Waycross in 2001 and has loved every moment of it. Wendy is so thankful that she has been asked to be part of DWTSS so that she can help make a difference for this AWESOME community.
Johnny was born in Hialeah Florida and is a “preacher’s son”. He has been a resident of Ware County since 2001 and currently serves as a staff pastor at Destination Church where his primary role is helping people discover their unique design and use it to make a difference in this world.
One of his passions is helping coach and bring leaders together to bring positive and lasting influence on our region. He is the area-point leader for the Global Leadership Summit that our area has been honored to be a part of since 2018. He also helps lead a monthly Leadership Lunch where diverse leaders come together to grow and are beginning to collaborate in efforts to make an impact in our community.
He also owns a cookie company that is called JJ Cookies that was established in June 2018. The cookie company helps support two children’s homes in India for destitute and homeless children. (30 girls & 30 boys) The dream is to continue to launch these homes and partner with churches and businesses to take these homes as their own to support and care for these kids.
He is and excited to be able to be a part of this year’s DWTSS and to bring support to such causes that are bringing hope to so many.