Core Support Organization

angie.pngAngela Stewart, Community Initiatives Officer, Battle Creek Community Foundation (BCCF) and BCVision

Angie has been Community Initiatives Officer at BCCF since 2013. A consummate multitasker, she provides leadership for Operation Fit, Battle Creek BCycle, and several Regional Health Alliance initiatives. In 2015, BCVision oversight was added to her role. As a Battle Creek native, Angie believes building relationships based on a diverse set of values will keep Battle Creek moving in the right direction. She studied social work at Western Michigan University and served as a probation officer for Calhoun County District Court. Angie loves continuous learning. She spends her downtime watching documentaries and participating in fitness-related adventures.

DevonDevon Gibson, Community Initiatives Associate, BCVision

Devon is good with numbers and fascinated with data and searching out new trends. He joined BCVision as Community Initiatives Associate in October of 2016. Devon studied business management and is an alumnus of the first class of W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Community Leadership Network Fellowship. He previously served as Operations Manager, Sprout Urban Farms. A lifelong resident and graduate of Battle Creek Central High School (BCCHS), Devon is a member of the BCCHS Alumni Association and Battle Creek Pubic Schools Education Foundation Fund. Devon also enjoys basketball and serves as the Girl’s Varsity Basketball Coach at St. Philip Catholic Central High School.

DanniDanni Heddinger, Community Initiatives Associate, BCVision

Danni’s sparkling personality allows her to easily work across the table with all BCVision stakeholders. In 2015, she became a coordinator with Operation Fit. Earlier this year, Danni was hired into her current role. She has a degree in business administration and experience working in preschool education. In Danni’s spare time, she is a setter for an intramural volleyball team. Danni’s favorite place to visit is the beach – “It doesn’t get any better than that,” she says.