Our Team

Adrienne Golden

Executive Director

Our Executive Director, Adrienne Golden is a native Mobilian.  She attended UMS-Wright Preparatory School and went on to receive her bachelor’s in Business Management from The University of Alabama in 2008.   While at Alabama, she was very active on campus and served as the President of her sorority, Tri Delta.  After college, Adrienne moved to Atlanta for a few years where she worked for a Fortune 500 Company.  She eventually returned to Mobile in 2011 to assist in the management and operations of a locally owned business. Most recently, she was the Marketing Coordinator for a local accounting firm.  In August of 2015, Adrienne was named the Executive Director of Fuse Project.  In this position, Adrienne runs the day to day operations of a local nonprofit and assists Fuse Project in their mission to help support tangible, realistic projects that will directly impact children in Mobile and Baldwin county.

Ann-Brooks Morrissette

Ann-Brooks Morrissette

Planning & Development Manager

Ann-Brooks is a native of Daphne, where she attended Bayside Academy. She graduated from The University of Alabama in 2012 with a B.S. in Commerce and Business Administration and a Masters of Accountancy. Ann-Brooks served as a mentor and student leader for an after-school mentoring program throughout her time in Tuscaloosa. Upon graduation, Ann-Brooks moved to Birmingham where she was the Internal Auditor for Children’s of Alabama and an active member of The Exceptional Foundation’s Junior Board. In 2015, she married Taylor Morrissette, moved to Mobile, and became a Recruiting Manager for PangeaTwo. She is a CPA and member of the Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants.  Ann-Brooks joined the Fuse team in January 2017 and is thrilled to be a part of this mission and the exciting changes occurring in our community.

Vicki Lundy


Vicki is native Mobilian. In conjunction with working in the legal field she is also a bookkeeper and has over fifteen years’ experience working with entrepreneurs and nonprofits.

Stephen Jones

Executive Assistant

Stephen is currently pursuing his degree in Public Relations with a minor in Political Science from the University of South Alabama. He also serves as the Marketing Specialist for the University of South Alabama Student Center and is Vice President to the Public Relations Student Society of America South Alabama Chapter.  He stays busy with community outreach programs and is currently a Jaguar Productions committee member, a Peer Educator for Domestic Violence Prevention and serves for Camp MASH, and Camp Kesem.  Stephen has managed to tie in his passion with his work. He strives to promote informing the youth of today, and achieves this by participating in all the programs he contributes too.

Gracie Whiston


Gracie is a student at St. Paul’s Episcopal School, a member of the National Honor Society, National Language Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta and The Mentor Club which educates children on the importance of character and decision making.  She is also a member of the varsity swim, cross country, indoor and outdoor track teams.  Gracie enjoys spending time coaching youth swimming and sharing a love for learning and healthy lifestyles with her community.

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