On October 1, Metrocrest Services announced the appointment of three new members of its Board of Directors. The three new members are as follows: Kristi Valentine, Co-Owner of Valentine Premier Roofing & General Contracting; Shellie Rayford, Chief Auditor at Citi; and Bennett McEvoy, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Western Extrusions.
Valentine has served in board positions and leadership roles in many local organizations for over 20 years in Coppell. These include the Coppell Chamber of Commerce, school PTOs, the Young Men’s Service League, the Early Childhood PTA, church and philanthropic organizations, and, most recently, on the founding Board for the Coppell chapter of the National Charity League. A graduate of Texas Christian University, Leadership Coppell and Leadership North Texas, Valentine has been involved with Metrocrest Services since 2003.
Rayford holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and computer information systems from Grambling State University and has lived in the Dallas/ Fort Worth metroplex for 23 years. With over 20 years of audit experience in the financial services industry, Rayford joined Citi Internal Audit in July 2000 and has served in various leadership roles. She is also actively engaged in the community through volunteer opportunities with the Keller Community Storehouse, the Dallas United Way and Metrocrest Services, and she is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., which has a focus on educational, youth and health programs.
McEvoy graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and has been Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Western Extrusions, an aluminum parts manufacturer, since 2013. A member of Christ the King Catholic Church, McEvoy has held positions in outside sales, production, and customer service and has actively been involved in trade issues supporting American manufacturing.
Metrocrest Services is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing programs for families, seniors and individuals that lead to self-sufficiency and foster independence. The services provided by the organization include financial and budgeting assistance; employment counseling; minor home repairs; rent and utility bill assistance; home-delivered meals to benefit seniors; food pantry access and much more.