Project Transformation Central Texas Welcomes New Executive Director

The Project Transformation Central Texas Board of Directors and staff have announced Lynne Rhodes as their new Executive Director. Lynne currently serves Project Transformation North Texas as their Volunteer and Church Engagement Director and will join the Central Texas Project Transformation team on Sept. 1.

Lynne brings a wealth of Project Transformation experience, expertise, creativity and a passion for helping connect youth and young adults to vital local ministries in transformative ways. Prior to serving with Project Transformation, she engaged in diverse ministry and corporate opportunities. Included among these are: campus ministry, local church youth and family ministry, corporate and individual cross-cultural language programming, and diversity training. Lynne holds a Master of Theological Study degree from Brite Divinity School-TCU and an undergraduate degree in Art History from San Francisco State University.

Excited to be back in the Central Texas Conference, Lynne is eager to begin building new relationships and engaging in collaborative ministry with Project Transformation Central Texas as it grows in both depth and breadth, while serving children and their families, college students and churches in transformative ways.

In her spare time, Lynne enjoys traveling with friends and family, hanging out with her family's "dog pack" and finding great spots to eat tacos. Lynne attends FUMC Hurst, where her husband, Philip, is the senior pastor. She also enjoys quality time with her two children, Nic and Brenna, who have both served as Project Transformation interns.