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Mitchell Williams

Southeast MS Multi-Area Director
USM Campus Director

Prior to being hired with FCA, Mitchell worked at WDAM-TV for 27 years, serving as sports director for 20 of those years. While at WDAM, the sports department was cited by the Mississippi Association of Broadcasters for excellence on 40 different occasions including Best Sportscast in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2009.

The creator of the award-winning SportsJournal, Mitchell helped WDAM provide coverage for over 15,000 different sporting events during his tenure. A cheerleader for young people and a former recreational sports coach, Mitchell has hosted a retreat for leaders of his area's football teams every spring for over a decade. Beginning in 2012, Pinebelt FCA along with a number of community sponsors host a similar retreat for the female leaders of high school campuses in the Pine Belt. He attended North Forrest and Southern Miss, where he lettered every year in cross country, indoor and outdoor track. He was inshrined in the USM Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001. He and his wife Shelia are the parents of four boys. They are members of Grace Temple Church.

Contact Mitchell: or 601-270-4601


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FCA Volunteer Team Chaplains

who serve the Southern Miss Campus!

Annie Walker

Administrative Assistant, Southeast MS FCA

Annie is a native of Newton, MS and a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi with a B.S. in Business Administration. In her career, she has held many supervisory positions in administration and Human Resources.

As a former youth ministry leader who loves the Lord, she is looking forward to making an impact on and being impacted by the youth of FCA. Her favorite scripture is Philippians 4:13: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

Annie and her husband, Clyde are the proud parents of Brandon (Ashley) and grandparents to Ayana, Cameron, and Julius. They are members of West Point Church.

Cayla Myers

FCA Volunteer 

Cayla, a transfer student from East Central Community College, is a junior at the University of Southern Mississippi. Cayla's walk with Christ truly started her 11th grade year in high school when she fell flat on her face and had nowhere to turn. Jesus took her and began to transform her into what He wanted, and He has been doing so ever since. God has given Cayla a beautiful family that supports and pushes her, something that she says is a blessing within itself. She is engaged to Joshua Rusche who has been a part of her life for the past six years.

For contact: or 601-382-8974