Daniel Roberts, Vice President of Finance
After a successful track and cross-country career at Western Kentucky University, Daniel received his B.S. in Accounting and put his degree immediately to work. After one year as a credit and investments analyst for First Southern National Bank in Kentucky, Daniel began serving as the personal assistant to the chairman of the bank. While aspiring to climb the corporate ladder, God began to grip Daniel’s heart late in 2007 with an urgency and passion to reach people around the world with the Gospel and to care for the poor and destitute. Early in 2009, Daniel left the bank, his home and Lancaster Baptist Church, where he led worship, and joined Good Samaritan School in New Delhi, India, teaching basic education to children from the slums. Upon his return to the States in July 2009, God quickly moved Daniel into action with Vapor Sports Ministries. Daniel feels extremely privileged to be a part of what God is doing through Vapor.
Bill Boycott, Vice President of Operations
Bill is married to his lovely wife Sue and served as President of Agrium Advanced Technologies, a branch of Agrium, a Fortune 500 company. He joined Agrium in June of 2003 as General Manager for Kenai Nitrogen Operations (KNO). Bill held positions of increasing responsibility throughout his 19 years in the oil industry. Bill now serves at Vapor, leading the operations department.
Micah McElveen, PresidentIn 1995, Micah broke his neck in a nearly fatal surfing accident. During the intense recovery period that followed, God began to reshape Micah and taught him that life is but a vapor. Not able to play football, he picked up soccer and went on to play in college, where he discovered the power of leveraging sport and where he met his bride Audrey. While in graduate school, he traveled to Africa and was broken by the extreme poverty he encountered. Awakened by the experience and moved to respond, a vision to alleviate poverty and multiply disciples formed. Audrey and Micah now lead Vapor, an entity that establishes self-sustaining centers for humanitarian aid and disciple making in third-world environments.