Dustin McClellan is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Pontiac Community Foundation. Pontiac Community Foundation (PCF), founded in 2018, is an independent 501(c)(3) organization, dedicated to Building a Brighter Future for Pontiac by engaging philanthropy, leadership, and collaboration to tackle Pontiac’s most pressing issues. The organization’s most effective work targets neighborhood investment, economic vitality, racial equity, and civic leadership initiatives, that help make the city of Pontiac a more desirable place to live, work, and play. In five short years, the organization has mobilized more than 10 million dollars in grant, scholarship, and investment dollars.
Prior to his current role, Dustin served as Director of The Power Company Kids Club in Pontiac. He led the charge of investing in the lives of 1,400 children weekly, alongside a staff of over 50. Dustin has also served as Executive Pastor and member of the founding staff of EPIC Church in Independence, Missouri; Campus Pastor at Bridgewood Church in Clarkston, Michigan; and Community Development Pastor at Woodside Bible Church in Troy, Michigan.
Dustin also provides leadership as a member of the Board of Directors for Dream Centers of Michigan, Leadership Oakland, and Key of Hope, a humanitarian organization in Durban, South Africa. Dustin also serves as a member of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Relations Team. He is a past board member for Accent Pontiac, Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County, and the Pontiac Regional Chamber. Dustin was honored as a member of the 2017 Oakland County Executive’s Elite 40 Under 40 class and a 2021 member of Crain’s Detroit Business 40 under 40 class. He also served as Vice-President of Leadership Oakland’s Class of XXIX, received the 2021 Most Valuable Entrepreneur of the Year Award from Corp! Magazine.
Dustin and his wife Collett have been married since 2014. The two reside together in Pontiac, with their son and daughter, where they have devoted themselves to the advancement of the city.