Fusion Bakery & Café - Biographies
Fusion Bakery & Café - Eclectic-Soul Satisfying Food
Meet The Owner

Wendy Adcock spent twenty-nine months at the Reformatory for Women, Marysville.  Upon release in June, 2010, she began regularly attending the Citizen Circle in Columbus as part of her support system.  In addition, as a way to stay busy and to have an income post-release, she trained dogs, landscaped, and catered when there was opportunity.  She supported herself in these free-lance arrangements, while at the same time seeking full-time employment.  Wendy’s passions are preparing good food for people and advocating for youth and adults in the re-entry process. It’s fitting, then, that at this juncture Wendy is the proud owner-operator of Fusion Bakery & Café, and that she works at Henkels & McCoy Community Success Center with formerly incarcerated youth and adults. Wearing her Fusion hat, Wendy gets to cater small functions and provide personal chef services. The business is growing! As Outreach Coordinator and Vocational Instructor at Henkels & McCoy, she encourages youth toward attaining their GED, supports and supervises youth interns, partners with adults (many with felonies) in their job search, and teaches  and proctors ServSafe certifying classes (food service safety & sanitation).   In addition to Wendy’s full-time and entrepreneurial endeavors, she sits on the Citizen Circle panel and frequents prisons to inspire, encourage, support, and help those currently incarcerated to think about and prepare for their re-entry process.